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Double Meanings in "The Great Gatsby"
An analysis of the double meanings in Scott F. Fitzgerald's novel "The Great Gatsby".
# 133496 | 1,750 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Literature (American)


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The paper discusses how Scott F. Fitzgerald's novel "The Great Gatsby" is a wonderfully nuanced work which manages to tell a story in two ways at the same time. The paper shows how the story of the Great Gatsby may be read as the story of a great dreamer and lover - or it may be read as the tale of a deceitful, adulterous, villainous, outrageous and contemptible lowlife.

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"Scott F. Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby is a wonderfully nuanced work which manages to tell a story in two ways at the same time. The story of the Great Gatsby may be read as the story of a great dreamer and lover - or it may be read as the tale of a deceitful, adulterous, villainous, outrageous and contemptible lowlife. It may be read as the story of a great yet star-crossed romance - and it may equally be read as a sordid tale of deception, adultery and selfishness. The parties which are a ubiquitous part of the social life at Gatsby's home may be seen as wonderful, exuberant celebrations of all that well-heeled society has to..."

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