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- The phenomenon that is The Great Gatsby has been universally classified throughout history as one of the most noteworthy novels ever written. While I myself haven t taken a tremendous liking to it, its sophistication is typical of such a well-known classic.
- The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is an intriguing account about love, money and life during the 1920s in New York. The story begins when Nick Carraway, a young man, moves to New York from the Midwest to join the bond business. There, he soon becomes acquainted with his wealthy neighbor Jay Gatsby, and they become good friends.
- Jay Gatsby, who is one of the main characters of the Great Gatsby, is a man with a mysterious background and an unknown personality. He doesn t mention too much about his past except certain fabricated highlights of his life which were designed to impress others.
- A mother awakens to find her child s bed empty, and while this has occurred many of times before, there is a sense of permanence in the air. The father of this child comes to comfort the grieving mother, his sobbing wife, but he to allows a painful tear to fall.
- In today society, many people like to follow the current. They want to catch the wave. Which mean, it does not matter if things were good or bad, right or wrong, they just follow and do them without any thinking. Therefore, there are not too many people would like to be a normal, thoughtful nor neutral person.
- The Great Gatsby is perhaps the greatest novel ever written. The language and prose utilized and the relevance Fitzgerald s themes continue to hold in our culture, even after 75 years. Among the many themes of The Great Gatsby one remains prevalent: the loss of innocence.
- In the novel, The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, symbolism adds depth to the story, without introducing confusion. Fitzgerald’s symbols are large, concrete and obvious. Examples of this symbolism are the valley of ashes, T. J. Eckleburg’s huge blue eyes, and the green light on the Buchanan dock which Jay Gatsby idolizes.
- In this novel there is lots of reflection on symbolism, and especially colored symbolism. In this novel symbolism is a very important factor, it shows us the difference between the different characters and scenes in the novel. The color green influences the story a lot.
- Clearly interwoven into both pieces are similes and metaphors, which put Daisy and Gatsby on a parallel level allowing them to be collated within the mind of the reader. The sentences in Daisy s passage are long and drawn-out revealing her dramatic yet cheerfully snobby personality.
- The Great Gatsby, a novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is about the American Dream, and the downfall of those who attempt to reach its illusionary goals. The attempt to capture the American Dream is the center of many novels. This dream is different for different people, but in The Great Gatsby, for Jay, the dream is that through wealth and power, one can acquire happiness.
- Both texts The Great Gatsby by F.S.Fitzgerald and Arthur Miller s Death of a Salesman explore and conjure up the ideals of the American Dream. Through this process, both authors reveal themes such as love and corruption. Understanding F.S.Fitzgerald s depictions was made clearer after studying and comprehending Arthur Miller s views on the American Dream.
- The Great Gatsby, a novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, is about the American Dream, and the downfall of those who attempt to capture its illusionary goals. This is a common them central to many novels. This dream has varying significances for different people but in The Great Gatsby, for Jay, the dream is that through wealth and power, one can acquire happiness.
- Surprisingly he devotes most of his adult life trying to recapture it and, finally, dies in its pursuit.
- While this shows that he is holding onto the part of his life: that which marked his personality as more substantial Daisy’s personality, it also illustrates the futility of reaching for a corrupted goal. Many Americans today may lack the motivation of Jay Gatsby in the quest for his “pure” dream.
- George Wilson believes that the advertisement s eyes are the eyes of god. I spoke to her, he muttered, after a long silence. I told her she might fool me but she couldn t fool God. I took her to her to the window, and I said God knows what you ve been doing everything you ve been doing.
- The story of the Great Gatsby is summoned up by a small paragraph which explains the reasons for events in the story. The story is begun many years before when Gatsby meets a woman and falls in love with her whose name is Daisy. However, Gatsby does not have the fame and fortune a classy lady like Daisy desires.
- Capturing the American Dream is central topic for many novels. Like other stories, ‘The Great Gatsby’ is also about American Dream with a slightly different meaning. For common people it means wealth or fame, but it has different meaning for Jay Gatsby; he is the main character of the story.
- 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.
- The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a portrayal of the withering of the American Dream. The American Dream promises prosperity and self-fulfillment as rewards for hard work and self-reliance. A product of the frontier and the west, the American Dream challenges people to have dreams and strive to make them real.
- In his novel The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald tells of the death of the “American Dream.” Nick Carraway, a young, seemingly pure man from the west, decides to journey to New York to make his money on the stocks and bonds market. In New York, he is met with a story of love, lust, adultery and murder.