What Does The Old Man Mean In The Great Gatsby

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Color is a profound aspect of living. It fills our world from the second we wake up to the moment we fall asleep. It draws from us emotion — among many other things— and provides us with physical context. Many literary examples exist but hardly any are able to portray the emotion so precisely as The Old Man and The Sea and The Great Gatsby. Color is a key concept of understanding our surroundings; therefore, it also plays a key role in storytelling.
The deep blue sea, the warm golden dolphins, the green light across the bay, the shiny scales of each fish that passes, Daisy's white dress, and Gatsby’s Yellow Car are all colorful examples of sensory oriented imagery throughout each novel. The approach on how to provide this imagery, however,

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