Samples "The Great Gatsby"

The Great Gatsby

Analysis of Nick Carraway

Nick Carraway despite not being the central character to the story, plays an important role nonetheless. He is the author within the book. He observes Gatsby at his peak, his chase for true love and his demise. Nick serves as an outlet for the author's opinion and at the same...

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Book Review: The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is a novel of modern literature that is often studied in classrooms today. Published in 1925, The Great Gatsby’s themes of greed and the disappointment with the American Dream still influence readers, since these themes can also relate to people who struggle to achieve...

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Comparison of the 2000 and the 1974 versions of The Great Gasby

The 2000 A&E “The Great Gatsby” video is having a more ancient setting as compared to the 1974’s Copolla version. The video starts with the main actor taking a rest at a pool and being shot from a distance by a stranger whose view is not clear. Before the shooting...

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Celebration in The Great Gatsby: Symbolism of the Decadence of the American Dream

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic of American fiction, The Great Gatsby, paints a vivid portrait of the failure of the American Dream in the early 20th century. The modernist classic, which would not achieve critical success in Fitzgerald’s lifetime, has come to be known as one of the most influential American...

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The American Dream In The Great Gatsby

"The American dream" is an expression that signifies the desire of the individual for success, material prosperity, and achievements of a different kind, implying ascent from social bottoms, poverty - to recognition, wealth and glory. It can also denote the desire for prosperity and confidence in the future, expressed in...

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