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Jay Gatsby as Representation of Magic in the Great Gatsby

Jay Gatsby as Representation of Magic in the Great Gatsby Magicians are known for the tricks that they play on the eyes. What...

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Anonymous Published on 01/12/2007 6739 Reads Great Gatsby

Nick Carraway of The Great Gatsby

Nick Carraway of The Great Gatsby Nick Carraway, the narrator, is a young man from the Midwest of the USA who, having graduated...

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Anonymous Published on 02/02/2007 6473 Reads Great Gatsby

Great Gatsby's Love for Daisy

What is love? Is love when someone is obsessed with someone to the point of doing anything for them or idolizing everything they ...

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khgoku Published on 03/06/2007 18539 Reads Great Gatsby

The Colorful American Dream Symbolism in The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is the complex story set to the scandalous background of 1920s New York City. It tells th...

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lmmu Published on 06/03/2007 5356 Reads Great Gatsby

Reality of Dreams

Reality of Dreams Who can say they have never dreamed? Every person has had a dream. Every person has strived to obtain the...

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topnoche Published on 04/10/2009 13224 Reads Great Gatsby

Jay Gatsby Idealism and Failure

This essay discusses the ideas of idealism and failure as presented in The Great Gatsby. I Introduction F. Scott Fitzgerald...

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baadasskid69 Published on 10/27/2011 2665 Reads Great Gatsby

Summary of The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby Summary While The Great Gatsby is a highly specific portrait of American society during the Roaring Twenties, ...

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ancka555 Published on 12/18/2011 1751 Reads Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby short summary first 5 chapters

James Gatz who is known as Jay Gatsby lived a poor life with his unwealthy parents who worked as farmers. He started by working...

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Shazly Published on 01/28/2012 1792 Reads Great Gatsby

Social Occasions in The Great Gatsby

How many people do you need for a party? Andy Warhol once said, “One’s company, two’s a crowd, and three’s a party”. According t...

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crawfordc12 Published on 03/01/2012 1496 Reads Great Gatsby