- Fitzgerald, Gatsby and The Last Tycoon: The American Dream and the Hollywood Dream Factory--Part Two. Marsh, Joss Lutz // Literature Film Quarterly;1992, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p102
Presents an essay about the similarities of the books `The Great Gatsby' and `The Last Tycoon,' by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Threats to human relationships; Perception of reality posed by spectatorial emotions; Emphasis on human interactions; Characters; Interpretations.
- Medium of exchange: The blue coupe dialogue in The Great Gatsby. O'Meara, Lauraleigh // Papers on Language & Literature;Winter94, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p73
Examines F. Scott Fitzgerald's treatment of the subject of the automobile in his novel `The Great Gatsby.' Creative manipulation of the automobile as symbol and image to accomplish a variety of needs; Existing criticism on automobiles in `The Great Gatsby;' Analysis of the episode concerning...
- Possessions in The Great Gatsby. Donaldson, Scott // Southern Review;Spring2001, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p187
Presents a contextual analysis of the novel `The Great Gatsby,' by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Limitations of the characters in the story; Comparison with his other works; Message of the story.
- Disembodied voices and narrating bodies in The Great Gatsby. Hochman, Barbara // Style;Spring94, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p95
Discusses the narrative styles used by F. Scott Fitzgerald in his book `The Great Gatsby.' Highlighting of the disjunctures of the writer-reader interaction; Status of a writer's voice in relation to a written text and to the reader; Existence of storytelling voices in the novel; Act of reading...
- The maturing of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Margolies, Alan // Twentieth Century Literature (Twentieth Century Literature);Spring97, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p75
Presents criticisms on F. Scott Fitzgerald's depiction of African Americans and Jews in the book `The Great Gatsby.' Negative effects of ethnic stereotyping; Less reader satisfaction on Fitzgerald's racist concepts; Expression of opposition to Nordicism, a contemporaneous theory of racial...
- GATSBY: THE FIGURE OF THE HOST. Bordewyk, Gordon // American Notes & Queries;May79, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p141
Presents a critical analysis of the book 'The Great Gatsby,' by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Interpretation given by Maxwell Perkins; Description of Gatsby's character; Images that contributed to the scene's intensity.
- Fitzgerald, Gatsby, and The Last Tycoon: The `American dream' and the Hollywood dream factory. Marsh, Joss Lutz // Literature Film Quarterly;1992, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p3
Part I. Examines the discussion of motion pictures in the novels `The Great Gatsby,' and `The Last Tycoon,' by writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. Use of movie imagery in `The Great Gatsby'; Features of the conscious self-modeling and self-projection of Fitzgerald's heroes; Features of the novel's...
- Out of Minnesota: Mythography and generational poetics in the writings of Bob Dylan and F. Scott... Bloom, James D. // American Studies (00263079);Spring99, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p5
Compares the writings of 1960s poet-musician Bob Dylan and 1920s novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald. Artists' shared Minnesota origins; Style of writing; Biographical parallels; Analysis of Fitzgerald's book `The Great Gatsby' and some of Dylan's lyrics.
- Nick Carraway's Convenient Dog Or, The Sure-But-And-So, a Strategy for Approaching Awkward Necessity. Byers, Michael // Review Americana: A Literary Journal;Fall2007, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p1
A literary criticism of the novel "The Great Gatsby," by F. Scott Fitzgerald is presented. It examines how the author managed the hidden implausibility that begins in the first part of the novel. It explains the character's self-deception and self-serving fatuity. An overview of the story is...