Flowers throughout the novel of The Great Gatsby Fitzgerald throughout the novel of The Great Gatsby created a series of references towards flowers, all of which were directly or indirectly linked with Daisy’s character. Flowers were used to create and build Daisy’s illusion. Daisy had always been an illusion of flowers, her name is a […]
“Attachment is the great fabricator of illusions; Reality can only be attained only by someone who is attached “. The world renowned novel “The Great Gatsby” written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, retells the events of one wild summer in the 1920s between its 8 main characters. Symbolism has been used by Fitzgerald to explore the […]
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1) “She held my hand imperonally”, this is connotative as it makes us think that she was distant. That she didn’t really care that she was there. She was there, but wasn’t. Her body was there, living her life yet her mind was absent. 2) “Two girls in twin yellow dresses”, throughout the novel the […]
The theme we have chosen to discuss throughout the novel is illusion. Fitzgerald has referenced illusion in almost every sentence in the novel. Fitzgerald has also made claims about society that for the time period it was written in, are upsetting but true reflection of how it once was. The Great Gatsby was written in […]
Green (light): The colour green has often been used as a reference to hope throughout the storyline. Gatsby and green were interlinked as Gatsby’s entire character revolves around the hope that he had for Daisy and himself to be together once again. Green symbolizes Gatsby’s’ hope. The green light was initially referenced the first night […]
Setting List the four main settings in the novel. Provide a description for each setting and explain what each setting represents. West Egg: West Egg was described by Nick as “…the less fashionable of the two…” as this was where new money residence would reside. New money pretty much meant, people who had made their […]