The significance of color in

The significance of color in "The Great Gatsby"

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Introduction Artists use colors to show hidden intentions and traffic lights provoke a certain way of acting through their color. Colors symbolize various things in everyday live. One usually has an instinctive connection from colors to certain feelings or uses. In his novel a€œThe Great Gatsbya€, F. Scott Fitzgerald is an artist. He uses colors to communicate to the reader feelings and attitudes of the protagonists. With my term paper on Fitzgeralda€™s color symbolism in a€œThe Great Gatsbya€ I want to show the different uses of colors and the way color influences a scene subliminal.Sabine Reich. The significance of color in a€œThe Great Gatsbya€ Term paper American Literature Sabine Reich New Poetry Movement and Modernism SS 05 Date: July, 28th 2005 List of Contents Term paper. ... 2 2.3 Chapter 7a€“9.

Title:The significance of color in "The Great Gatsby"
Author:Sabine Reich
Publisher:GRIN Verlag - 2005-07-29


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