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  • Eyes Of Doctor T.J. Eckleburg And Gatsby
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    The Use of Symbolism in The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby is about a man named Gatsby and his struggle to attain the American Dream in 1920's Long Island. He fights to get his dream woman and to do so, he must first become rich. Unfortunately, he doesn't really go about it the right way; he takes part in some illegal activities with some quite sinister characters, such as Meyer Wolfshiem. The corruption of Gatsby's dream and his struggle to attain his dream are shown ...
  • Houses In The Great Gatsby
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    The Great Gatsby- Do's really love cars and money? In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, Gatsby attempts to be obtain his American dream with conspicuous consumption. Fitzgerald uses symbols of conspicuous consumption in money, cars and houses to show that the American dream of wealth and possessions doesn't necessarily ensure happiness. The concept of conspicuous consumption is greatly exemplified in The Great Gatsby, by all of the characters being in possession of excessive amounts of pro...
  • Very Important Part In The Great Gatsby
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    In my presentation, I will be discussing how the 20's played a major role and affected the story, characters, and ultimately, the outcome of the novel, The Great Gatsby. The first topic I will be discussing are the women of the Great Gatsby. The 20's were a time of change in the views of women. They became more open and outgoing in many things. These included not only women's rights, but also their sexuality. This was the age of the 'flapper'. A flapper was a women who was very outgoing at parti...
  • Book And Movie
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    The Great Gatsby Analysis of Video The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a story of revenge and deceit. The novel takes place during the early 1920's, a time in America where everyone was succeeding in their own ways. The novel depicts many events that can be viewed in many different ways by people. In the movie, the director chooses his own perspective and views of how The Great Gatsby happened in his mind. The book and movie both tell the same story, but each in a different way. In the b...
  • Its Symbolism The Great Gatsby
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    Used to emphasize commentary, colors, particular objects, certain events, and specific locations are just a few of the many symbols used in The Great Gatsby (TGG). These symbolic structures are used in order to add depth and clarity to Fitzgerald's contextual society of new money versus old money. The automobile is an important habitual theme throughout The Great Gatsby. The more expensive the car the more the owner possess financially, as shown with Mr. James Gate, the protagonist of The Great ...

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