This original research monograph discusses Fitzgerald's debt to james Joyce and the manner--in The Great Gatsby--it was paid. Discusses Joycean elements in burlesque, shadowing, dichotomy, doubling, coding and parody. Other Fitzgerald works discussed include Tender is the Night and short stories.Only after the Second World War did The Great Gatsby begin its climb in literary value among academicians and the public. In referring to classrooms ... It became popular as a reading assignment in American literature studies taught by young professors. It was short, so was not ... Hemingway excited everyone as the publica#39;s favorite novelist, hunter, fisherman, and wartime guide to Paris. For college ... of the thirties. However, Chapter Two: The Great Gatsby Between the Great Wars 1 1.
|Title||:||Joycean Elements in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby|
|Publisher||:||Academica PressLlc - 2007-01-01|