The Great Gatsby By Arnoldo Moreno


In F.scott Fitzgerald's book "The Great Gatsby" the book talks about the different lives of different people but focuses on Gatsby , it all starts with a party and joy and ends in bad news and more bad news.

  • "We shook hands and I started away. Just before I reached the hedge I remembered something and turned around"(Fitzgerald 44-45)
  • "I don't think she ever loved him."(21-22)
  • Explanation: The car symbolizes that it was the cause of death of myrtle in the story and the car killed her cause she got ran over.
  • Quote:"A moment later she rushed in to the dusk, waving her hands and shouting..."(Fitzgerald 144)
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Arnoldo Moreno

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