Summary Of ' The Great Gatsby '

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Date: 11/7/2017 Décor From the 1920 's
One of the major aspects of the 1920 's was décor. Art and decoration obtained a role in nearly everything during this time. From parties to everyday life décor was a very influential aspect during this time.
Jesse James
In the novel The Great Gatsby, readers are treated with many examples of artistic, decorative, and architectural design by Fitzgeralds excellent descriptions of the colorful environments and locations in the novel. Nick stated, "Gatsby 's house - The one on my right was a colossal affair by any standard—it was a factual imitation of some Hôtel de Ville in Normandy, with a tower on one side, spanking new under a thin beard of raw ivy, and a marble
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Coco Chanel created a fashion that began to grow rapidly in the 1920 's. She created suits and dresses for women and they became very popular and still are today. Another person that impacted design in the 1920 's was Thomas W. Lamb. He was known as a famous theater and cinema designer. For example, "Thomas W. Lamb was known for designing hundreds of theaters and later known as the king of theaters" (Gray). Thomas helped to design movie theaters and this sparked an impact on the 20th century. Many people enjoyed and took advantage of how much of an impact people, like Coco and Thomas, had on the 1920 's. If it wasn’t for people like them, we wouldn’t have movie theaters and a cute fashion for women today.
Bryant Morgan
Among many other things, art began to flourish and change during this era. One 1920 's décor critic stated, "The Art Deco Movement influenced the way that buildings were erected and clothes were made" (Modras). Art was such a major aspect during the 1920 's that it changed the way architects were expected to design buildings. This created a new perspective on the way houses and major buildings were looked at. In fact, these buildings were no longer just used for practical purposes but were now created to be pleasing to the eye. In addition, in The Great Gatsby Nick notes, "Gatsby 's house is also a very lavish building" (Fitzgerald 14). Gatsby 's

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