Examples Of Double Vision In The Great Gatsby

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There is one obvious parallel between The Great Gatsby and F. Scott Fitzgerald’s life. In January of 1915, poor F. Scott Fitzgerald met wealthy Ginevra King. In The Great Gatsby, poor Jay Gatsby met wealthy Daisy Fay. Both events involve a poor young man and a wealthy young lady. Both Fitzgerald and Gatsby fall in love with the females they meet. Both Ginevra King and Daisy Fay leave their poor male friend for a wealthy male from Chicago. This event leaves both of the males heartbroken and longing for the female that left them. “Double vision” is when two opposites are set against each other to create a dramatic tension. An example of double vision in The Great Gatsby appears between Daisy and Gatsby. It is clear that Gatsby is still interested

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