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In The Great Gatsby, how did F. Scott Fitzgerald show the rich facing the consequences for their actions?
He didn’t. He showed someone else paying the price for their behavior.
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In The Great Gatsby, what did George Wilson represent?
The sullen resentment of a peasant – the proletariat.
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Which excerpt from The Great Gatsby best indicates that Nick is not fully content with his life?
Instead of being the warm center of the world, the Middle West now seemed like the ragged edge of the universe—so I decided to go East and learn the bond business.
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What are some of The Great Gatsby’s most important symbols? What does the novel have to say about the role of symbols in life?
One of his important symbols is Daisy’s green dock light that he watches, described by nick, almost as much as he can. It symbolizes how embodied he is in the fantasy of him and Daisy being today and being able to repeat the past. Although he is madly in love with Daisy, he sees that green light as a reminder to keep dreaming of Daisy and himself. Another symbol is the eyes of Dr. Dj Eckleburg in the Valley of Ashes. They are a symbol of God’s eyes, as Wilson describes that God sees everything. The novel says that the symbols are what keeps Gatsby going, all the dreams he has, desires, and willingness to cheat his way through life just to steal Daisy away from her husband, Tom Buchanan. The symbols are noticed through the character and narrator as they themselves perceive it.
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How does the geography of the novel dictate its themes and characters? What role does setting play inThe Great Gatsby?
Where Gatsby decides to live in West Egg, Long Island is because he literally right across the bay from Daisy’s house, the city itself is a lot like Gatsby full of extravagance, partying, and the emergence of the newly rich. East Egg resembles how arrogant and filthy rich people are such as Tom the Polo player. The valley ashes resembles how poor people are, they work paycheck to paycheck and have almost nothing, it resembles a city of despair, loss, and death. The setting has a lot to do with great Gatsby because all cities represented all of the characters more weak in some areas and strong in others. It reinforces all of the characters personalities and their actions to certain situations. Even the weather corresponds with the theme of great gatsby. Like when daisy and Jay first met there was a ferocious thunderstorm and when they kissed, the clouds cleared and the sun rose through.
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The American Dream is the opportunity for prosperity and success and is influencing the rest of the world. This dream is present in Scott Fitzgerald’s novel ‘The Great Gatsby’.
In this classic text the author warns us about how the unrealistic Dream is the cause of our empty pursuit of money and happiness.
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In The Great Gatsby, why was Myrtle so violently killed?
To show the mutilation of others that the powerful were capable of.
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In “The Great Gatsby,” why does Tom refer to the liaison between Daisy and Gatsby in terms of intermarriage?
To him the difference in classes is equivalent to a difference in race. This is a repetition of his remarks in the first chapter that subordinate races must be kept in their place, must be beaten down, and he now proceeds to beat Gatsby down.
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A novel depicting the picturesque idea of the self made American man and entrepreneur who rose from obscurity. was written by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
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The Great Gatsby; Symbols and Motifs. (2011, May). Retrieved March 09, 2016, from http://thegreatgatsbysandm.blogspot.com/
Most of these guests are simply there to enjoy the glamour which they believe to be the American Dream. Though when examined closely, corruption is easy to spot. During Nick’s first attendance at Gatsby’s party, he makes this observation. ”I looked around. Most of the remaining women were now having fights with men said to be their husbands. … One of the men was talking with curious intensity to a young actress, and his wife, after attempting to laugh at the situation in a dignified and indifferent way, broke down entirely and resorted to flank attacks – at intervals she appeared suddenly at his side like and angry diamond, and hissed: ‘You promised!’ into his ear.” Heated weather and heated tempers coincide.
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