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    The Three Houses In Francis Scott Fitzgerald 's novel, The Great Gatsby, the houses of the three main characters represent different characteristics of their dwellers. Jay Gatsby a flashy and superficial man with a one track mind. Nick Carraway a simple and observant person. Nick 's half cousin Daisy Buchanan, who lives across the water from Nick and Gatsby with her husband Tom Buchanan. The Buchanans a cold and unloving couple both seems to care about themselves more than anyone else. How does a mansion described Gatsby’s and the Buchanan’s character? In the same way how does Nick 's bungalow describes his character? Also how could Nick, Gatsby and the Buchanans be friends even though they come from different social backgrounds? Gatsby’s…

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    In his novel, The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald uses Gatsby’s house as a mirror that reflects its proprietors state of being, soundness of mind, and emotions through the use of imagery, symbolism, and variance in tone. As a reader progresses through Gatsby, they are introduced to several versions of and exposed to rumors about the mysterious Mr. Gatsby. However, no one knows his true nature or motives. The only gleam of an understanding the reader acquires of Gatsby comes from outsiders and…

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    These authors have amalgamated, in their fictional novels, both the reality and dream of American through their own autobiographical experiences. Wortin and Drizer, the author of The House of Mirth and Sister Carrie, both revealed that it was not simply a person’s own determination but more about their circumstances that creates their fortune. Later on in the 1920’s, when America just came out of World War I as the most powerful nation and flourished with material prosperity, F. Scott Fitzgerald…

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    can you not be happy with a ton of money, nice cars, all the clothing you can think of, and a house that many don 't have. In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby has all of that, he is known for his fame and all his money that he has even though the money he got was passed down from his parents he is still happy in life. Gatsby throws huge parties every weekend and only people who get invited straight from him are allowed to come to the parties. Usually only his close friends and…

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    "It was a factual imitation of some Hôtel de Ville in Normandy, with a tower on one side, spanking new under a thin beard of raw ivy, and a marble swimming pool and more than forty acres of lawn and garden. It was Gatsby's mansion."(page 8 ) Gatsby's house reveals a little about Gatsby though we have not met him yet He is clearly rich and has a huge property and paints a picture of gatsby's life. nick clearly states the houses traits and how gatsby's wealth is relevant to the story "i woke…

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    The Satis House Brewery: An Analysis Charles Dickens’ widely read Great Expectations focuses on the dawning of a modern order in which systems of power and capital in society surpass the citizens’ control. The author’s interest in criticizing the hollowness of metropolitan society manifests through his gothic descriptions of the Havisham’s Satis House. The brewery of the estate, in particular, withholds a lot more meaning than the mere conception of monetary funds. This essay explores the…

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    Tbac House Typology Analysis

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    typology can differ greatly. Take for example the Bertram House and the Tubac House. These two buildings are both a house typology however they represent this same typology in varying ways – some ways similar others vastly different. These differences have come about due to many influences such as style, lighting, form,…

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    Servants in the Victorian Era Different Servants Upper servants such as butler, housekeeper, lady's maid,house steward,and valet Upper servants were classified as upper servants because upper class servants were entitled to respect and deference from the under staff. Upper servants were placed in larger households. Upper servants would take the head place at the dining room. The butler is the head of his department and responsible for the…

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    In Nicole Krauss’s Great House, the reader is introduced to three characters in the novel who share many similarities, one being that they are all writers. Although the characters all share a common hobby, they each also have diverse meaning for why they write and what they write about. These characters, Nadia, Dov, and Lotte, are separated by sections of the novel but they are all connected through their passion for writing, and the sense of loss and grief they all feel. Through their passions…

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    Great House Poem Analysis

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    The Extrication and Scrutiny of Nadia’s Sorrows In Nicole Krauss’ Great House, Nadia experiences the loss of lovers, a fellow poet, a desk, a father, the possibility children, and her youth. Nadia responds to loss by creating meaning out of physical reminders, being unable to continue writing poetry, reflecting on her life’s work, experiencing involuntary anxiety attacks, and writing overdramatized literary works. Her response to destruction and change is the resurfacing of her childhood trauma…

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