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    accessed: March 13, 2003. 4. http://www.homework-online.com/tgg/quotes.asp. The Great Gatsby Quotes. Date accessed: March 16, 2003. 5. http://allfreeessays.com/student/free/The_death_of_the_American_Dream.shtml. Essay; The Death of the American Dream. Date accessed: March 16, 2003. 6. http://www.onlineessays.com/essays/literature/lit120.php. Great Gatsby: Theme and character analysis of Tom and Daisy. Date accessed: March 16, 2003. Notes 1 American proverb.

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    Great Gatsby

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    observation can be seen through the narration of Nick Caraway when he talks about Jay Gatsby’s struggle in the novel The Great Gatsby. Jay Gatsby will be the first of three characters that will be evaluated in this essay the next being Tom Buchanan followed by the tragic Myrtle Wilson. These coming pages will dig deep through the novel The Great Gatsby exploring how Fitzgerald state’s that the honest man can’t achieve the American unless they are born into it or they cheat and steal their way in

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    importantly the characters. Psychoanalysis will allow us to explain every word, phrase, and sentence the character says, every one of their motives, and every one of their achievements can be traced back to their depths of their unconscious. In my extended essay, I will look act the role fear plays in causing the characters to act and think in certain ways, identify the motivations and drives behind the characters, and examine the Oedipal triangles and other Freudian concepts... ... middle of paper ...

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    Richard. The Great Gatsby: The Limits of Wonder. Ed. Robert Lecker. Boston: Twayne, 1990. Raleigh, John Henry. "F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby: Legendary Bases and Allegorical Significances." F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Arthur Mizener. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1963. 99-103. Steinbrink, Jeffrey. "‘Boats Against the Current’: Morality and the Myth of Renewal in The Great Gatsby." Twentieth-Century Literature 26.2 (Summer 1980): 157-170. Stern

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    Literary Works of The Lost Generation

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    writers called the Lost Generation who had experienced the war and the life after and did an amazing job with giving the deep information about their time. This work deals with the characteristics of the Lost Generation’s works. In the first part of my essay I am going to describe the postwar period’s time. In the second part I will tell you who the lost generation was. In addition I will describe a life and topics of authors whose text I selected. Next, in the third part I will emphasize the characteristic

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    achieve his end--on Daisy. But t... ... middle of paper ... ... S. "Brett and Her Lovers." Brett Ashley. Ed. Harold Bloom. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1991. 105-122. Martin, Wendy. "Brett Ashley as New Woman in The Sun Also Rises." New Essays on The Sun Also Rises. Ed. Linda Wagner-Martin. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. 65-82. Works Consulted: Hemingway, Ernest. "The Unpublished Opening of The Sun Also Rises." (5-8). Fitzgerald, F. Scott. "Letter to Ernest Hemingway

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    Farmington Hills, MI: The Gale Group, 2000. Lehan, Richard. Twayne’s Masterwork Studies: The Great Gatsby: “The Limits of Wonder.” New York: Twayne Publishers, 1995. Lewis, Roger. “Money, Love, and Aspiration in The Great Gatsby.” New Essays on The Great Gatsby. Ed. Matthew J. Bruccoli. New York: Cambridge UP, 1985. Morgan, Elizabeth. “Gatsby in the Garden: Courtly Love and Irony.” College Literature. 11.2 (1984): 163-177. Way, Brian. “The Great Gatsby.” Modern Critical Interpretations:

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