West Egg Connotative Language

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!. The connotative language Fitzgerald uses to contrast West Egg and East Egg are two different communities. Fitzgerald uses the reputations to be references to the Eastern and Western United States. These connotations also represents different ideas of morality. The West represents more traditional family values and the East a more sophisticated lifestyle. Gatsby's decision to build his grand mansion in West Egg is a tribute to his own Midwestern upbringing. Nick Caraway says West Egg is "the less fashionable of the two," and describes the way that "the white palaces of fashionable East Egg glittered along the
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