The Great Gatsby By Scott Fitzgerald Is A 1920’S Drama

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The Great Gatsby by Scott Fitzgerald is a 1920’s drama created in the 1950’s. Jay Gatsby mostly represents the color purple while as nick mostly represents the color green. The color purple is mainly associated with royalty and luxury which is definitely a part of gatsby’s life and personality and the color green is calmness, hopeful and healthy. That is in Nick’s personality but toward the end it becomes less and less. Nick is a very kind and outgoing person. He never makes anybody feel awkward when speaking with him and always responds in a polite manner. He is full of hope and brightness for the future always. “We shook hands and I started away. Just before I reached the hedge I remembered something and turned around. “They’re a rotten…show more content…
Green often stands for a lack of growth and experience. This applies to Nick because he is inexperienced with parties and social gatherings like the ones Gatsby has. As well as having never experienced being in between a marriage and a long lost love and having to be Gatsby’s wing man and Daisy’s messenger so that the two can have a relationship without Tom knowing. Nick has never really had to deal with those situations since he became an adult. Although green also stands for greed and jealousy. Which those things are definietly not associated with Nick. Not once did Nick show any signs of being greedy or a jealous man. He was always at peace with what he had, like his little hidden cottage and his job that wasn’t what he really wanted to do. While as Gatsby was a little more greedy and ambitious. Gatsby was a mysterious man who was in power and luxury. His mysterious stems from the fact that he always lied to people about his past life and all the things he was invested in. "Somebody told me they thought he killed a man once." A thrill passed over all of us. The three Mr. Mumbles bent forward and listened eagerly. "I don 't think it 's so much that," argued Lucille skeptically; "it 's more that he was a German spy during the war." One of the men nodded in confirmation. "I heard that from a man who knew all about him, grew up with him in Germany," he assured us positively. "Oh, no," said the first girl, "it couldn
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