The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald | Analysis

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Romananalyse: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald | Analysis

Dette er en oppgave i Engelsk fellesfag som tar for seg romanen "The Great Gatsby" av F. Scott Fitzgerald. Oppgaven inneholder en analyse av "The Great Gatsby", der det ses nærmere på setting, karakterer, handling og struktur, fortellerstemme og konflikt. Her får du i tillegg et sammendrag av romanens handling.

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The great Gatsby

When you choose a book to read it's important to choose one that takes your interest and your attention. That is just what “The great Gatsby” did. The book is well known, and is an astonishing masterpiece from Francis Scott Fitzgerald, and this convinced me to read the book.

What is my opinion of this book? For me it was an absolute overwhelming book, and I enjoyed every part of it. It wasn't just the story of Mr Gatsby itself but also how Fitzgerald made my mind follows his directions. However, this is the most difficult story I have ever read, and it is because of the advanced English style Fitzgerald uses in the book.

Here is my outline.

Nick Carraway is Daisy's cousin, he visits her and her husband to dinner, and he meets pro-golfer Jordan Baker, which he gets romantically involved with. She reveals that Daisy's husband Tom Buchanan has an affair with a mistress called Myrtle Wilson. Later, Tom and Nick travels to a hotel rom in the city were he holds his affairs and throws a party, it ends with Tom breaking Myrtle's nose.

Then, Nick becomes friends with his neighbour Gatsby, who throws amazing parties. Nobody knows anything about his past. Nick learns that Gatsby had a history with Daisy and almost got married when they were younger, because he poor and not educated he decided to wait. He now gets together with Daisy again and they have an affair... Kjøp tilgang for å lese mer

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald | Analysis

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