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    The Great Gatsby Daisy

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    In the sequence of ‘The Great Gatsby’, we face off with multiple accounts of the women’s role in that era of history. The author was a man that goes by the name of F. Scott Fitzgerald, the creator of ‘The Great Gatsby’, and he constructed the characters to represent deceit, obsession, greed, power, and romance. His writing style is that he uses present tense in the beginning of the sentence, but then reverse it to future tense by demonstrating a sense of shift of the narrator’s, Nick Caraway,…

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    own or of a higher power you’re able to see everything in your own perspective. The billboard you read about in the novel The Great Gatsby is nothing but just a billboard. The eyes on this billboard belong to Dr. T.J. Eckleburg, who is an optometrist, which watches over the valley of ashes. It In the novel the eyes are associated with a higher power or God. In the Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald creates a symbol out of the billboard with eyes; it developed throughout the novel and shows a…

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    Oblivious Naivety Versus Hubristic Ignorance Morality, the judgement of right from wrong, is dependent on one’s conscience, yet the corruption due to ignorance can lead to vileness and immorality. F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby satirizes the incorrect societal values and inevitable corruption with the existence of immorality in both the protagonist and the antagonist. Their false idolization of the personified American Dream and inherited social status results in the defiance against…

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    mostly just emotional. His use of adverbs is meant to evoke certain things in your mind, and also be extremely descriptive. His works also have a dramatic use of verbs, Fitzgerald also seems to use long, narrative sentences, especially in “The Great Gatsby," But while they are long they just add another sense of depth to the story without any more complexity. His sentences also see to start with one idea and end up a totally different one, but while they seem to be just random ranting, they…

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    to any successful and popular literary work. By using his imagistic style, Fitzgerald brought the setting of The Great Gatsby to life. This descriptive language not only brought the novel to life, but also helped establish certain motifs in key points of the story. The diction that Fitzgerald applies allows the reader to mentally reach a new level of understanding of The Great Gatsby. When combined, these techniques allow Fitzgerald to explore and convey different atmospheres, different…

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    The Great Gatsby Women

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    and The Great Gatsby (1925) were viewed as fairly weak and frail. They were entitled to staying at home, cooking, cleaning, taking care of the children, etc. However, this view of women having a role under men was making a radical change. Women began to challenge and test the government and the overall society they lived in. This upset the men because this movement displayed that they were slowly losing their dominance and supremacy over the female society. The two main characters in The Great…

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    Greatness is the objective that all humans strive to achieve. And Gatsby is no exception in F.Scott Fitzgerald's novel, The Great Gatsby. Although a mysterious character, Gatsby’s character and actions unfold as the novel progresses. Gatsby’s attributes are asserted to be great by the novel’s biased narrator, Nick Carraway, as a result of his exponential wealth. However, greatness is not only achieved by excessiveness, the literal interpretation, but also greatness is achieved through good…

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    Fitzgerald’s literary masterpiece, “the Great Gatsby”, this becomes very easy to see. Many of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s main, secondary, and minor characters prove to resemble Fitzgerald and elements in his life. In the previously mentioned work, most of the characters’ actions, history, and motivations suggest they manifested from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s experiences and relationships. Jay Gatsby, the main character of “The Great Gatsby”, is a prime example of this. Jay Gatsby and Fitzgerald’s early…

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    In the great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald, there were so many themes, it wasn’t just a novel about romance. There were many significant themes and clues about all of them. The novel is about a young men trying to get back his old lover, it's the only thing he has left to be able to accomplish all his goals. Gatsby the main character in this novel is fighting against anything to get Daisy his lover back after five years of them not being together after he went to war. The story begins in the…

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    In Great Gatsby, all of the characters are left to contend with the past especially Mr. Gatsby himself who has a particularly intriguing past. In terms of Gatsby’s past, all remains a mystery but one simple fact : Gatsby may be filthy rich now, but has not always been. Gatsby's so-called overnight success leads the aristocrats of East Egg to believe Mr. Gatsby was involved in crimes like “bootlegging” in order to attain such money. Whether or not Gatsby was explicitly involved in crime, the…

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