This original research monograph discusses Fitzgerald's debt to james Joyce and the manner--in The Great Gatsby--it was paid. Discusses Joycean elements in burlesque, shadowing, dichotomy, doubling, coding and parody. Other Fitzgerald works discussed include Tender is the Night and short stories.An Apocryphal Book Fitzgerald used other sources as well, for many questions remain unanswerable unless one ... 425, tells a story about Joseph of Arimathea that seems to explain dialogues and actions by a#39;Owl-Eyesa#39; in Chapters III and IX.
|Title||:||Joycean Elements in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby|
|Publisher||:||Academica PressLlc - 2007-01-01|