Figurative Language In The Great Gatsby

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F. Scott Fitzgerald has written countless books throughout his career and after many years of hard work, he later became a very well known and memorable author. F. Scott Fitzgerald conveys a tragic, yet romantic style through point of view, repetition, and figurative language in books such as The Great Gatsby and Love in the Night so he can emphasize different messages to his readers.

There were many ways and people that influenced F. Scott Fitzgerald, such as, his middle class background, his professor, and his wife, Zelda (Kannon). Fitzgerald was also enrolled in a prestigious Catholic school in New Jersey. He met Father Sigourney Fay, who encouraged him to pursue writing after seeing some of his works (Biography.com).

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