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The Great Gatsby Analysis

Summary: This essay is a brief analysis of the literary devices used throughout the novel.
"So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past." This quote from The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald conveys an underlying theme throughout the novel that no matter what the circumstances are, your past experiences will always play a large role in your future. This statements truth is expressed through both the protagonist Jay Gatsby, and his love interest, Daisy Buchanan as they are reunited after five years and attempt to rekindle their past love under difficult circumstances.

In the novel, James Gatz of the Middle West transformed his entire persona to fit the life of his first true love, Daisy and become Jay Gatsby of West Egg. He believed that he could win Daisy over by appearing to be rich, stable, educated and moving across the bay from her in hopes that they would eventually reunite. Gatsby's incredible...

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