본문내용Fitzgerald and the American Culture
Fitzgerald and his novel, The Great Gatsby, is the symbol of the jazz age where everything was possible after WWI. WWI had a tremendous impact on American culture, which can be seen through Fitzgerald’s novels.
Different from Hemingway, Fitzgerald never got a reputation while he was alive. The answer to why Fitzgerald wasn’t accepted to the people when he lived is because people’s conception of culture and value differs from time to time. Also, people rediscover the unaccepted works of an artist.
Fitzgerald’s greatest novel, the Great Gatsby, shows the beauty of the words. While Hemingway uses ordinary words, Fitzgerald used words, which can seduce people. Fitzgerald uses colors and many other symbols in his novel as a metaphor.
Fitzgerald was always obsessed by living through the rich generation, but never being rich himself. In the Great Gatsby, he shows the relationship between ethics and literature, which is the resistance to the temptations of a deeply materialistic culture.
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