Summary Of ' The Sun Shines Into The Window Of A Apartment ' By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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The sun shines into the window of a moderately sized studio apartment in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago. The beams of light shine directly onto the face of a man in his mid-twenties, with wavy brown hair and a handsome face. The man’s alarm awakens him and he stands up. The man proceeds to walk to his closet to start his morning routine. He grabs a dark blue Ralph Lauren suit, white shirt, and a red tie, he proceeds to the bathroom where he shaves and then jumps into the shower. As he is showering, thoughts about the day that 's ahead of him fill his conscience, thoughts of his job, the women in his life, and the family he left back home. After nearly twenty minutes, he gets out. He proceeds to blow dry his hair and mold it into the fashions he saw on the pages of his GQ magazine. The man is ready. He heads downstairs, gets into his car which is parked on the street, and proceeds to head to The Loop. The ride downtown is tedious and exhausting. The man weaves his way around the same people who make this city function, the taxis, and the pedestrians. As he 's making his way to his office, he fails to notice the true beauty that is the city. The large steel and glass behemoths that stand before him, each one adding to the great skyline that makes up the city, serving as a work of art that is the jewel of the Midwest. The man finally arrives at his office in the heart of downtown. He parks his car and heads to the 10th floor of the building. The elevator is cramped,…

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