Examples Of Weather In The Great Gatsby

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A motif in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby would be weather which reflects the moods of encounters between characters of this great American novel. In the fifth chapter, Gatsby meets his old flame Daisy while it is raining heavily which demonstrates the extent to which their reunion is awkward and melancholy. However, as the rain ceases and the sun appears, their love reemerges as the pair start to behave as though nothing had changed in regards to their relationship status. Another example of this would be the heated confrontation between Gatsby and Daisy’s husband Tom in the seventh chapter which occurs on the hottest day of the summer like the deadly brawl between Tybalt and Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. A final
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