F. Scott Fitzgerald uses the archetypical technique many times in "Winter Dreams."
What is an archetype? An archetype is a noun or an adjective, an author includes in a literary work, which represents something else. For example, water represents life and growth, while dark represents the unknown or the gloomy. Many authors use this to create emphasis on certain things, such as the main conflicts and the theme, without directly stating them. This allows the reader to exercise his mind by reading between the lines and enjoy it at the same time. Another type of archetype is the uniqueness of the characters. For example, there are many archetypical characteristics for…
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- F. Scott Fitzgerald uses the archetypical technique many times in "Winter Dreams."
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