Analysis Of The Book ' The Great Gatsby ' By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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After completing basic training he had to Louisville, Kentucky for about a month then was sent to Camp Gordon in Georgia for another month. After he heard that he was going to get stationed in Alabama, he wrote a letter to a man there looking for the best women in Alabama. The man sent him a list of names, and the one that caught his eye was Zelda. She was a 17 year old girl, who just graduated from High School. Then he arrived at Camp Sheridan in Alabama to prepare to go overseas and to meet Zelda. They met at a Country club, where Scott could show off his dancing ability. Instantly when he saw her, he thought she was the most beautiful girl he had ever seen. The summer of 1918 he spent every moment that he was allowed to leave Camp Sheridan to see Zelda. They were in Love or so he thought, she had the tendency to purposely make him jealous. That summer he also realized that he wasn 't a very good soldier and was very liked by his peers. They would pull pranks on him so he would be late for classes and would try to embarrass him in any way that they could. Scott left one day to New York when he wasn 't allowed too. There in New York he went to the play and then meet a girl at the hotel so they could have fun. Someone caught him and he was put on military arrest. Due to all of his mistakes and the military arrest he was not allowed to go to France. Instead of being relieved he was very disappointed.
Scott was very disappointed about his failed book, but he wanted to marry…

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