The Great Gatsby2
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The Great Gatsby is considered a masterpiece full of controversy about the 1920's life style. Fitzgerald uses symbolism to express in a more detailed way this life style of carelessness and corruption. These symbols are shown through out the characters' actions and thoughts as well as in the setting created by the author's imagination to stress a point to be caught by the reader's attention. These symbols are used to elaborate the themes in The Great Gatsby.
Social status, one of Fitzgerald's themes is represented by the separate settings of the novel. The new rich or "the less fashionable" people like Gatsby and Nick lived in West Egg. Nick lived in "an eye-sore" of a house between two mansions letting us know that he was between the rich but he wasn't rich. Gatsby had a colossal mansion with a swimming pool and a tower "spanking new under a thin beard of raw ivy". They were both outsiders from the world of the rich. On the other hand, the Buchanans...
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