by Abe Asher and Johnny S.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald happens to be one of the greatest books of ALL TIME and so, we thought it would be fun to record and recall the greatest Great Gatsby Thesises of ALL TIME. Below are the 10 best:
1. Nick Carraway in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, can be viewed as a lonesome shell among a sea of ubiquitous barnacles in the opulent 5th century Antartica.
2. In Fitzgerald’s 1923 novel The Great Gatsby, protagonist Nick Carroway is given a decision between exploring the caves of West Virginia and opening his own Pottery Barn.
3. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is an allegorical novel depicting the rise of European industrialization and colonization in South-Eastern Asia, conveying the need for a more orthodox form of transportation.
4. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald shows the meteoric rise of a young mailman exploring the American Bayou in times of staggering racial agreement.
5. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1923 classic The Great Gatsby is a story about a boy much like Oliver Twist, or your everyday Billy Elliot, in that the main character Jay Gatsby must dance his way to Broadway using only his natural talent and certain chemical supplicants.
6. While Jay Gatsby may be a culinary genius, his lack of an engaging personality makes it difficult for him to sell his famous restaurant Le Tanière to the Hawaiians.
7. The Great Gatsby is a classic American novel about a girl with a dream — Jayla Gatsby wishes nothing for herself but season tickets on the NASCAR circuit, but is instead left with shattered dreams and broken promises from a man she only knew as Deschamps.
8. Jay Gatsby është një njeri i mrekullueshëm, në se ai nuk dëshiron asgjë, por të mirë për familjen e tij .
9. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby urges us all to be better citizens of our local, national and global communities, especially under pressure from Communists and Zionists, who end up taking over Long Island in 1925 despite Gatsby’s best efforts.
10. In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 classic, main character Jay Gatsby wonders aloud to his close confidant and consigliere Ella Fitzgerald about the effect his life in the mob is having on his tightly-knit family.