The significance of color in "The Great Gatsby"


Term Paper, 2005

8 Pages


Abstract or Introduction

Introduction

Artists use colors to show hidden intentions and traffic lights provoke a certain way of acting through their color. Colors symbolize various things in everyday live. One usually has an instinctive connection from colors to certain feelings or uses. In his novel “The Great Gatsby”, F. Scott Fitzgerald is an artist. He uses colors to communicate to the reader feelings and attitudes of the protagonists. With my term paper on Fitzgerald’s color symbolism in “The Great Gatsby” I want to show the different uses of colors and the way color influences a scene subliminal.

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Title
The significance of color in "The Great Gatsby"
College
University of Erfurt
Course
Modernism
Author
Year
2005
Pages
8
Catalog Number
V42332
ISBN (eBook)
9783638403863
File size
552 KB
Language
English
Keywords
Great, Gatsby, Modernism
Quote paper
Sabine Reich (Author), 2005, The significance of color in "The Great Gatsby", Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/42332

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