"The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Speech of Persuasion
Critical Review of The Great Gatsby
The portrayal of symbols in the novel
In the novel, The Great Gatsby, there were many symbols set up by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Many of the symbols she used wouldn't usually be thought of as a symbol. However, in the book, the symbols were very descriptive and could be recognized easier than in the movie. The movie showed the symbols briefly, but they weren't expressed as much as in the book. Therefore, I think that the book did a better job of portraying the symbols.
There are three main symbols in the novel. The first of the thr…
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