s, or to utilize new critical analyses, Dickens has increasingly engaged such skills as deconstruction, feminist criticism, and dialogue analysis to uncover concealed meanings in the text.
However, true the author states the book is full of open meanings. The year of the event, in the book, is the ‘20 is when the novelist, Fitzgerald, was in the formative phase. The style and structure in the novel is unique, as the author could not employ the common displayed styles. The complexity of the narrative and its bitter social commentary lend itself to any amount of critical perceptions, from New Historicism, to Feminism, to perplexing Theory and beyond. Gatsby allows viewers to distinguish where the stories start and where it ends. The continuing vigorous sales of the novel show to its continuing power. Critic Morris commented about the convenience of Gatsby since Fitzgerald so masterfully creates the destiny of the chosen people and picture of the fortune of Western society.
This essay alludes to the dilemma in F. Scott Fitzgeralds "The Great Gatsby" in the outline of the simile, “like an angry diamond”. According to the author, the illustration has not been the question of much discussion and has no power or cogency. It is recommended that the dilemma can be resolved by an emendation; she emerged abruptly at his side like an annoyed diamondback, and hissed. The figure of speech, in Fitzgeralds holograph, is an addition, made after original transcription.
It is likely that the author failed to list his objectives in revising his text in manuscript. The simile is a comparison of objects with others in a literary manner. The author likens the wealth that befell the Americans to a female who shows up on a date without notice. However, the use is not stressed to link the two events in a manner to portray the intention of Fitzgerald in the original version. It could have been better apply simile in a contextual manner relating to the characters before and after