F. Scott Fitzgerald Essay | Analysis of F. Scott Fitzgerald's Works

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Analysis of F. Scott Fitzgerald's Works

Summary: Analysis of F. Scott Fitzgerald's works such as "The Great Gatsby," "Ice Palace," and "Winter Dreams."
F. Scott Fitzgerald uses similar themes and symbolism in his short stories and books. Relationships between men and women encircle the stories, creating illusions of love. The characters in The Great Gatsby, "Ice Palace," and "Winter Dreams," searched for ways to benefit themselves. What was referred to as love did not come from the heart but was created out of selfishness. Selfish desires blinded the men and women in Fitzgerald's stories from finding true love.

In The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby thought that he was in love with Daisy Buchanan, but he was only searching for ways to fulfill his selfish desires. When Gatsby first met Daisy, he lied about his background and even his name. Gatsby fell in love with Daisy, but he was sent to the war before he could marry her. Daisy promised to wait for him to return. She met...

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