The Great Gatsby is the amalgamation of numerous themes, for instance, justice, power and the American Dream. None of the themes is given much importance as the theme of, the American society in the 1920s. In the same light, the book The Great Gatsby authored by Scott Fitzgerald is a commentary of the American life through the discussion of the American Dream. The American dream states that any person working in the America regardless of their age, sex and gender should be given his/her due importance if he works hard. Through the use of the American Dream, the American society is seen in a brighter light and it helps in ignoring the issues such as racism and misogyny (Fälth, 2013). Additionally, income equality and class equality are in reality the issues which the American society has been surrounded with. Talking about the time in the 1920s, there was increase immigration and variations in the roles of women and also there was a considerable impact of corruption on class inequality. The Great Gatsby was published in the year 1925 and it projected the ultra-wealthy society and predicted the growth in the wealth of the country in the upcoming years.