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The Eyes of Dr. Eckleburg

Summary: Essay is about the eyes of Dr. Eckleburg in "The Great Gatsby" and why it was so significant in the novel.
The eyes of Dr. Eckleberg played a small role in the novel, The Great Gatsby, but was significant in the chapters of two and eight. The eyes of Dr. Eckleberg is an old, faded billboard sign that is located in the Valley of Ashes, a place where the industrial site where they dump their waste. The eyes of Dr. Eckleberg is significant, because it is the watcher of the Valley of Ashes, symbolizes a God-like figure, and it makes people believe it has spiritual qualities.

The Eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleberg is significant, because it is the watcher of the Valley of Ashes. The eyes see and know everything that happens in the valley, even though it is not an actual human being. The murder of Mytle to place in the Valley of Ashes, as Daisy was driving back to West Egg. When George...

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