The Great Gatsby Essay | F. Scott Fitzgerald Seen in His Charcter Jay Gatsby

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F. Scott Fitzgerald Seen in His Charcter Jay Gatsby

Summary: The distinct similarities between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Jay Gatsby are very easy to see throughout the novel The Great Gatsby. F. Scott is widely known for putting his everyday life into his novels.
F. Scott Fitzgerald Seen in his Charcter Jay Gatsby

The distinct similarities between F. Scott Fitzgerald and Jay Gatsby are very easy to see throughout the novel The Great Gatsby. F. Scott is widely known for putting his everyday life into his novels. Fitzgerald resented Gatsby in ways that show he knew a person like Gatsby in his normal life. However, Fitzgerald was Gatsby in the way in which he rose to become a part of the 1920's elusive upper class, he pursued the woman he desired to great extents, and Fitzgerald went down the same path of chance that Gatsby did and also ended up losing the girl. Fitzgerald certainly pulled important experiences from his life into the work of The Great Gatsby and also many key traits from himself he put in to the character of Gatsby.

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