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- On January 14, 1896, at England's Royal Photographic Society, American-born photographer and inventor Birt Acres held a public screening of motion pictures he'd made in 1895, using a camera he'd designed with Robert William Paul (based on the Edison Kinetoscope); Acres' films included Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race and Rough Sea At Dover.
- THE ROARING TWENTIES Americans, in the years following the end of World War I found themselves in an era, where the people simply wished to detach themselves from the troubles of Europeans and the rest of the world. During the years of the Twenties, the economy was prosperous, there was widespread social reform, new aspects of culture were established, and people found better ways to improve their lifestyle and enjoy life.
- The Great Gatsby, a novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald has persuasively used many convincing methods to prove his essential points of view. Fitzgerald has used his narrator of the story, Nick Carroway to persuade his readers of the story line. Nick Carroway, comes from a well-to-do mid-western family.
- Fitzgerald reminds us of this throughout the novel, and from beginning to end he fills the text with hints as he alludes to Gatsby^s divine spirit. The ^Great Gatsby^ was a great man- Fitzgerald tells the reader that Gatsby was so great he could not have been a man- that he was a heavenly figure.
- " Everything about Fitzgerald is touched by this idea. For example, he both loved and hated money. He was attracted to the life of the very rich as an outsider who had very little, and at the same time he hated the falseness and hypocrisy and cruelty of their lives.
- In the past, Jay had a love affair with the affluent Daisy. Knowing he could not marry her because of the difference in their social status, he leaves her to amass wealth to reach her economic standards.
- His objectivity is reinforced throughout to us by his scorn of Gatsby– he thoroughly disapproves of him– he‘ represented everything for which I have unaffected scorn’. Yet there is something–‘ some heightened sensitivity to the promises of life’,‘ an extraordinary gift for hope’ that is attractive to Nick, and requires him to make several attempts at describing it.
- Jay Gatsby and Pechorin are two very different characters that take place in two different time periods but show many similarities. Superfluous men are set apart by their superior talents by being excessive in societies, unnecessary and cause more trouble than they are worth, and are in corrupted societies.
- Fitzgerald’s dominant theme in The Great Gatsby focuses on the corruption of the American Dream. By analyzing high society during the1920s through the eyes of narrator Nick Carraway, the author reveals that the American Dream has transformed from a pure ideal of security into a convoluted scheme of materialistic power.
- Jay Gatsby believes that money can recreate the past, can buy him happiness, and can be helpful in achieving a level of prestige in the prominent East Egg. Jay Gatsby believes he can buy happiness; and this is exhibited through his house, his clothes, and through Daisy.
- It eluded us then, but that?s no matter-tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms further…..And one fine morning-? (189). A central theme of the novel I think, is the idea that people aren?t satisfied with what they have, they are always going further and further, never knowing when to stop, and always striving for that bright star that ?seemed so close that he could hardly fail to grasp it.
- In the novel The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the thematic quest for the Holy Grail is shown through the conduct of Jay Gatsby and Nick Carraway. Gatsby s crusade is to attain Daisy Buchanan s love. While Nick s quest is to discover what matters in life and to live his life accordingly.
- Was there really a winner as a result of World War I? The mood in Germany feels that there was not any real winner of the war. Germany and its allies are not the only countries that suffered from the impact of this great war. America became a loser of World War I in their domestic society.
- Interdependence weaves together a society of individuals. Relationships with other people are important parts of human life, and interdependence is the group-wide dependence every person has for other people, and which groups of people have for that person.
- Nick describes his journey back to the West Egg from Daisy and Tom’s Home…A worthy mention is our introduction to the advertisement billboard of Dr T J Eckleburg and it’s imposing eyes which “brood over the solemn dumping ground ” Upon this “ash road” lives Tom Buchanan’s mistress…Myrtyle Myrtyle and her husband live at her husbands place of work…a mechanic’s garage… Tom Buchanan previously made great efforts to get Nick to “see his girl ” Wilson is interested in purchasing Toms car… There home is rather drab and does not seem to be fitting to a person as extravagant as Myrtyle…Myrtyle even dr
- Nick overlooks the moral entanglements of Gatsby’s bootlegging, and with Meyer Wolfsheim, the man rumored to have fixed the World Series in 1919.
- Fitzgerald’s dominant theme in The Great Gatsby focuses on the corruption of the American Dream. By analyzing high society during the 1920s through the eyes of narrator Nick Carraway, the author reveals that the American Dream has transformed from a pure ideal of security into a convoluted scheme of materialistic power.
- “Dreams are the touchstones of our characters.” This quote from Thoreau basically states that the dreams of a character define his or her life, whether it be their characteristics or their lifestyle. This statement is prevalent in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman as well as F.
- When Nick enters the extravagant lifestyle of West Egg, he is home from war and an admiring outsider; the maturation and development of his character also distinguishes him from the other characters in the novel. His entrance into the priveleged class is initially marked with pride and excitement, which starkly contrasts the feelings of detestation and disgust that envelop his departure.
- As a young teacher, assessing students has become one of the more daunting tasks that I have to deal with on a regular basis. One of the biggest problems I face is deciding what it is I should be assessing. How important was that task? How important was it to the big picture of what we’re doing?