the Great Gatsby

the Great Gatsby

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  • This is when Gatsby comes up to Nick's house because he is going to ask him a favor. Cars are a sign of status and you can see that with Gatsby's.
  • This is the scene where they are going to hang out in town. Gatsby takes Tom's car and Tom takes Gatsby's car. Tom has a blue car that is not bright and flashy. This shows his East Egg and old money status.
  • This scene in the novel is when Nick ses the billboard. They symbolize the eyes of God watching the moral decay of society.
  • Gatsby has a new flashy bright car. This shows his new money and West Egg status. Nick says,"It was a rich cream color, bright with nicklem, swolen here and there in its monstrous length."(Fitzgerazld64). His car is yellow to symbolize materialism.
  • Tom says,"Well, you take my coupe and let me drive your car to town."(Fitzgerald121). Tom doesn't care what happens to either of thier cars. Tom's car is blue because he is not truly happy.
  • Nick says,"The eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg are blue and gigantic."(Fitzgerald23). The eyes are blue because he is sad and glasses are yellow for materialism.
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