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The Great Gatsby - Significance of Title
The Great Gatsby- Significance of Title
The meaning of the word "great" is ambiguous before reading the novel The Great Gatsby. It can imply that Gatsby is a superb individual, or it can mean great in the sense of a misfortune. It is only after reading the novel that the reader is able to perceive that the novel's title is ironic and that many of the themes of the story help develop this "great" character of Gatsby.
Irony is the key to understanding F. Scott Fitzgerald's title, The Great Gatsby. Many of the themes of this novel seem to mock Jay Gatsby's "greatness." Some of these them…
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