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.red heart (Chapter 7). Gatsbya#39;s tapping foot (4, 2) is the habit mysteriously used to put an end to the Biloxi discussion (Chapter VII). ... version of the text.) The Great Gatsby also contains new burlesquing involving barnstorming in the 1920s, an extensive revising of wording that precedes it, ... These references that surround the burlesque of Jesusa#39; crucifixion are Chapter Eight: Imagery and Wordplay 129.
|Title||:||Joycean Elements in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby|
|Publisher||:||Academica PressLlc - 2007-01-01|