Symbols In The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Symbols Picture being in a relationship and being fought over by two people. In the book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald readers can then picture the image. Going on, the book’s setting was in New York in the 1920’s. Throughout this book Gatsby revolves his life around a special someone for five years and does anything to see her to get her back into his life. While all this is going on Daisy (the special someone) and Gatsby have to make a lot of decisions and even passed many difficult paths. Meanwhile, Gatsby’s parties would be an important symbol in the book because it shows how much he does and spends just to see one person. Another important symbol would be the color green, because it shows that Gatsby realizes Daisy and the light in Gatsby’s eyes. …show more content…
Going on, Gatsby was throwing a party and Fitzgerald explains all the fun it was and all the messes aftermath that the servants had to clean. To add on, Fitzgerald also explains the company by saying, “In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whispering and the champagne and the stars”(39). This shows that Gatsby did not have a lot of friends or people to hangout with so Gatsby is using his parties to drag in Daisy’s attention without actually telling Daisy. Next, later in chapter four Nick attends one of Gatsby’s parties. After that, Gatsby goes over to Nick’s house after the party to have lunch and a meeting together with a couple others. At the meeting Jordan Baker says, “I think he half expected her to wander into one of his parties, some night”(79). This example indicates that Gatsby had a plan with his parties; he would have them to grab people’s attention and hope Daisy would figure out and have seen her at one of his parties thrown. Therefore, Gatsby would use his money to throw big parties just to have Daisy come to

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