The Flower In The Great Gatsby

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The flower in Chapter 6 and chapter 5 in The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald support Nick 's statement, "you can’t repeat the past” through the imagery of flower that represent the first spark relationship of Daisy and Gatsby. The first time that Gatsby and Daisy met, they wanted each other. They loved each other very dearly. However after the war of World War 1, The relationship floated away like petals in the wind. As Gatsby talks about repeating the past, he step on flowers that later turned to, “...discarded flavors and crushed flowers”(109 Fitzgerald). This resembles the crushed relationship between Daisy and Gatsby. The flower can’t revert to its previous state of beauty but it still a flower without the pretty shades of
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