The Oculist's Sign And The Owl Eyed Man In The Great Gatsby

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The oculist's sign and the owl eyed man both symbolize the theme of The Great Gastby, nothing goes left unseen. Throughout the story, there is an essence of someone watching from afar to see how people make their decisions. God is symbolized through Doctor T. J. Eckleburg, and God is watching down on the characters because he sees everything that they do. Even though the comparison was made directly to Mrs. Wilson by Mr. Wilson, it is not exclusive to their situation. Seeing everything, God contributes to the theme because he is a figure that knows what everyone is doing and "cannot be fooled", according to Mr. Wilson. Similar to the oculist, the owl eyed man is also a character who notices the small details about a person. Knowing Gatsby is
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