Rhetorical Devices In The Great Gatsby

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The American dream influences the American people to have the opportunity to achieve success through work, determination and self- motivation. Many Americans were motivated and commit themselves to having their perfect life. However, not all Americans were able to achieve their dreams. Fitzgerald’s rhetorical device affects the American dream that characterizes the morality of people’s social classes and gender. Daisy, wealthy young woman living in East Egg, loved a young man named, Gatsby. Gatsby wanted a relationship with Daisy not only both as being rich, but after he returned from the war, Daisy finally had the opportunity to have a relationship with Gatsby. In Chapter Five of “The Great Gatsby”, shows two rhetoric passages where

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