The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald Essay

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The Great Essay Although F.Scott Fitzgerald 's story The Great Gatsby has similarities to both Clayton’s and Luhrmann’s visual preference of the story; There are many things that make each of them unique and individual. For example, when Daisy tells Gatsby how she loves him but also Tom, the costumes that the characters wear are meaningful, and when Gatsby got shot by Mr. Wilson, these come together to create its greater complexity. They all have something in common, but they were made by a different person who had a unique way of letting the readers or viewers picture and visualize the story in their own way. In the novel there is a scene where Gatsby, Tom, and Daisy are in the room. They all start to argue and it ends up with Gatsby telling Tom that Daisy has always been in love with him but that Daisy could not wait on him to become rich and marry him. Tom then says oh no Daisy has loved me, but Gatsby said no and got Daisy involved, and told Daisy to tell Tom that she has never loved him. “Oh you want too much!” she cried to Gatsby. “ I love you tho isn’t that enough? I can’t change what’s past.” She began to sob helplessly. “ I did love him once--but I loved you too.”(Fitzgerald 118) In Clayton’s version the argument is dulled by the actress acting. It was not as powerful as the book was and it was poorly done. There is a deeper meaning behind these lines that the actress did not portray. If she would have acted better it would have caused it to be more…

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