The Great Gatsby Essay | Symbolism in "The Great Gatsby"

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Symbolism in "The Great Gatsby"

Summary: Essay discusses the symbolism in "The Great Gatsby."
The symbolism of the settings in The Great Gatsby are crucial in the theme of the novel. They represent a lot in the novel. The most important ones are the "valley of ashes", the eyes of The Eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg, the East and West egg, Gatsby's house and the green light, which I will explain ahead.

The "valley of ashes" is a desolate land between the East and West Egg and this represents the social differences, because it is like the comparison of people who had money for generations with people that has earned it now a days, and also a comparison between people who are really rich with the ones which are really poor. It is also like the result of the egoism of the rich people, because seem to throw all the bad there and they don't care about the...

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