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THE WAY UP TO HEAVEN
THE GREAT GATSBY
revolutionary-Fitzgerald's novel's setting for this new wealthy class mimics that of the established upper class: There is West Egg that comes after the established East Egg, Gatsby's house, too, and parties mimic those of the upper class as they are expansive and luxurious with bountiful food and guests.That they are but a shallow imitation of the parties of the wealthy is apparent when theguests at Gatsby's parties do not even know each other, but are often dressed alike and laugh at the same things.
rebellion-Fitzgerald picks up on the social rebellion of his peers particularly well in The Great Gatsby. He shows women of all classes who are breaking out of the molds that society had placed them into. Myrtle, for instance, wishes to climb the social ladder, and so she is determined to do so at all costs. Daisy attempts to break away from the restrictive society in which she was raised, yet she cannot make the break entirely and so she falls back into the only thing she knows: money. Jordan Baker, too, is an emancipated woman. She passes time as a professional golfer, a profession made possible largely because of the social and economic progress of the 1920s.
The book is very symbolic of society, and a lot of the characters rebel against society. Myrtle against the lower class society in an attempt to rise higher in the sociel scale. Daisy also rebels with her affair with Gatsby, as woman weren't expected to stay at home and do as told. Gatsby rebeled against the societies expectations by getting money.
revolutionary-Wiesel also loses his innocence the first day he reaches the death camp at Auschwitz. "Never shall I forget that night, the first...
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