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th1.1 Francis scoot key Fitzgerald, who was born in 24, Sep, 1896 and stdied in 21, Dec, 1940, was one of the most outstanding American authors in 20 century. Fitzgerald was an American novelist living in ST. Paul, Minnesota. His father was a furnisher. After finishing his education in senior high school in 1913 and he was admitted into Princeton University to receive further education. He wrote the scripts and lyrics for the Princeton triangle club musicals. He found a theatrical company himself and wrote for literary review in campus, he was a contributor to the Princeton tiger humor magazine and the Nassau literary magazine. Unfortunately, he dropped out of school because of his poor health. In 1917, he was recruited and engaged in military training all day long, but never joined any battle abroad. After retiring from the army, he kept writing. In 1918, he married an arrogant and disobedient girl named Zelda. In 1920, his long novel named this slide of paradise was published, which made him a famous literary figure; he also formed good relationships with many famous American writers such as Hemingway. In 1925, the great Gatsby that I will talk about today was published. This novel helped Fitzgerald gain a good reputation in modern American literature, he was also a spokesman for “Jazz Age “in 1920s and one of the representative of “lost generation” writers. Fitzgerald kept a diligent writing life after gaining great fame. However, his wife swank and suffered a mental disorders, which brought him great pain. It became hard for him to make the ends meet. He accompanied so serious poverty that he once went to Hollywood to write a script to earn a living. In 1929, America was stroked by the great depression, Fitzgerald?s golden age had gone away, Fitzgerald drawn himself in spiritual collapse and immoderate drinking. In 1940, Fitzgerald died of heart disease very young at the age of 44 in Los Angeles. 1.2 Brief introduction: This is a story about Gatsby and his pursuit for the ?American dreams?. During the World War One, the poor soldier Gatsby fell in love with an upper class girl named Daisy. But due to the wide gap between them, Daisy decided to marry Tom, a man of her class, instead of Gatsby. Broken-hearted Gatsby then held the conviction that money was of the greatest importance. He strongly believed in the ?American dreams?, which as we all know, advocates that one can achieve whatever he or she likes through continuous efforts. He strived for five years to become a millionaire and bought a villa near Daisy?s to attract her. He was too addicted to his fantasy to realize that Daisy was no longer the lovely girl she used to be. Eventually, he was killed because of her crime. 2.1 during the war. Daisy failed to keep her love for Gatsby who was fighting for his country. She married tom, a man with large wealth and high social status. Although Gatsby had tried to win back daisy. However, the previous goddess in Gatsby?s heart had changed into a material girl. She cared about nothing but herself and money. Daisy was touched by Gatsby?s perseverance and infatuation, which lead to his death in flesh and in spirit. 2.2 In the novel, Gatsby reveals himself to be an innocent, hopeful young man who stakes everything on his dream, not realizing that his dream is unworthy of him. To Gatsby, his dream I of spiritual reunion with Daisy, but his prior dream is wealth. He thinks that wealth can solve all his problems: time, Daisy, and love. In the novel, Gatsby uses the most lavish party, sumptuous mansion, and gorgeous machine to impress

Daisy. And the green light, situated at the end of Daisy’s East Egg dock, represents Gatsby’s hopes and dreams for the future. Gatsby associates it with Daisy.But in the end, daisy wasn’t moved by Gatsby’s persistence and devotion, what’s worse, Gatsby lost his life for daisy’s murder to myrtle. 2.3 nick, the first narrative point of view in this novel was a neutral person. He was a viewer of the whole story and didn’t get himself involved in the conflicts. He was just telling us the truth and what he saw. It was his role in this novel that made his comments on people and things more objective and reliable. 3.1 The great Gatsby is about the American dream and the downfall of those who attempt to reach the illusionary goals. American dream means that America is a land of infinite possibility in which everyone has the opportunity to succeed in his life. The dream differs from people to people. In the great Gatsby, the dream is that one can acquire happiness through wealth and power. His American dream is not material possession. He only comes into riches so that he can fulfill his true American dream, daisy. The great Gatsby is an elegy of corruption of the Americandream; the novel clearly shows that there is no way from money to love, from material to spirit. The author criticizes the American society in 1920s. It is not only the tragedy of love between Daisy and Gatsby but also the tragedy of the American dream. 4.1 the employment of symbolism Symbolism is the use of symbols to represent ideas or qualities.

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