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The Great Gatsby

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby."
In the beginning of chapter three in F. Scott Fitzgerald's, "The Great Gatsby," one of the main characters, Jay Gatsby, throws an elaborate gathering in hopes of reuniting with a former love, Daisy. Many of the town's elite arrive at the party to enjoy the apparent extravagant event. Nick Carraway, an attendee and a neighbor of Gatsby, narrates the scenes happening during the party. An excerpt from the novel provides detail descriptions that create an allure of glamour at the party and also the describes the destructiveness of wealth.

Through Nick's narrative, descriptions of the party's setting, food, and the guests provide an inclination towards the glamour of Gatsby's party. Nick claims that the setting of the alluring party takes place in Gatsby's "blue gardens." The blueness of the gardens creates the allusion of money's enticement. The normal greenness of most gardens simply cannot compare to the...

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