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Academic Paper, 2012, 24 Pages
The present study aims at examining Symbolism in Selected Novels of F. Scott . Fitzgerald : With Special Reference to The Great Gatsby. The study is divided into four chapters in addition to a conclusion .
Chapter One casts light on F.S. Fitzgerald's achievement as a romantic American novelist who possessed an ''acute consciousness of the irrevocable passage of everything into the past''. Chapter Two traces F.Scott. Fitzgerald's Contribution, Reputation and Influence. Fitzgeralad was the author who best represented the historical decade in America known as 'Jazz Age' Chapter Three explores F.Scott. Fitzgerald's idea of symbolism. First, it gives a general a historical and critical background of symbolism. Secondly, it gives a brief commentary on Fitzgerald's idea of symbolism. Chapter Four : examines symbolism in The Great Gatsby.
Finally, the study ends with conclusion that Fitzgerald's style is richly symbol. He uses symbols to complexly illustrate the major themes of his novels in general and in The Great Gatsby in particular.
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