The Great Gatsby

Gatsby and Dan Cody are both financially successful men. What irony does Gatsby discover about success that Cody never does?

Irony that Gatsby discovers that Cody never does

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Cody dies early, a hopeless alcoholic. Gatsby becomes a success that eclipses Cody's success. Gatsby, however, understands that his financial success has little to do with love and happiness.