Monday, August 19, 2019

Living Life Like The Great Gatsby :: Great Gatsby Essays

Living Life Like The Great Gatsby    Imagine that you live in the nineteen twenties, and that you are a very wealthy man that lives by himself in a manchine, on a lake and who throws parties every weekend.   This is just the beginning of   how to explain the way Jay Gatsby lived his life.   This novel, by F. Scott, Fitzgerald   is one that is very deep in thought.   Fitzgerald releases little clues along the way of the novel   that will be crusual to understand the ending.   For instance, he makes the blue coupe a very important clue, as well as the Dr. T. J. Eckleburg eyes on the billboard that Mr. Wilson (the gas station attendant ) refers to as the eyes of god.   There are also other little things that relate to the reason of gatsby's death.   The main character's of this novel each have their part to do with the ending, Nick Caraway is probably the main character of this novel, as he comes down from New Jersey to new York to visit his cousin Daisy, who is married to Tom Buchannan.   These are some of the incidents that are included in the novel as   you will read further I will relate some issues of the novel, as well as other critics have included their views on The Great Gatsby.      Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚  Ã‚   F. Scott, Fitsgerald   was an American short story writer and novelist famous for his depictions of the Jazz Age(the 1920's), his most brilliant novel work being The Great Gatsby(1925). He was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on sept. 24, 1896   and died in Hollywood, California on December 21, 1940.   His private life, with his wife, Zelda, in both America and France, became almost as celebrated as his novels.   Fitsgerald was the only son of an aristocrat father, who was the author of the star spangle banner.   Fitzgerald spent most of time with his wife, latter in their relationship they moved to france where he began to write his most brilliant novel, The Great Gatsby.   All of his divided nature is in this novel, the native midwestener afir with the possibilities of   every Americans dream in it's hero, Jay Gatsby, and the compassionate princeton gentlemen in it's narrator, Nick Carraway.   The Great Gatsby is the most

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