The Great Gatsby--Symbolism
The Great Gatsby is a novel that took place in New York in the 1920's. This novel is known for the admirable symbolism that shows how mankind and wealth was. Symbols are objects, characters, figures, or colors used to represent abstract ideas or concepts. Some examples of symbolism in The Great Gatsby are the valley of ashes, the eyes, colors, flowers, the green light, and East/West.
The Valley of Ashes
The Valley of Ashes is located half way between West Egg and New York, this is where Myrtle (Tom's mistress) and her husband Wilson live. The Valley is where all of the debris and garbage…
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