Online ebook

Top Best Epub Readers

[PDF] The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald – Eiyo.us

The Great Gatsby Here Is A Novel, Glamorous, Ironical, Compassionate A Marvelous Fusion Into Unity Of The Curious Incongruities Of The Life Of The Period Which Reveals A Hero Like No Other One Who Could Live At No Other Time And In No Other Place But He Will Live As A Character, We Surmise, As Long As The Memory Of Any Reader Lasts.It Is The Story Of This Jay Gatsby Who Came So Mysteriously To West Egg, Of His Sumptuous Entertainments, And Of His Love For Daisy Buchanan A Story That Ranges From Pure Lyrical Beauty To Sheer Brutal Realism, And Is Infused With A Sense Of The Strangeness Of Human Circumstance In A Heedless Universe.It Is A Magical, Living Book, Blended Of Irony, Romance, And Mysticism Back Cover First Edition

[PDF] The Great Gatsby  By F. Scott Fitzgerald – Eiyo.us
  • Audio Cassette
  • 177 pages
  • The Great Gatsby
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • English
  • 22 September 2018
  • 0141801948

    10 thoughts on “[PDF] The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    Oh Gatsby, you old sport, you poor semi delusionally hopeful dreamer with some heightened sensitivity to the promises of life , focusing your whole self and soul on that elusive money colored green light a dream that shatters just when you are this close to it Jay Gatsby, who dreamed a dream with the passion and courage few possess and the tragedy was that it was a wrong dream colliding with reality that was evenwrong and deadly Just like the Great Houdini the association the Oh Gatsby, you old sport, you poor semi delusionally hopeful dreamer with some heightened sensitivity to the promises of life , focusing your whole self and soul on that elusive money colored green light a dream that shatters just when you are this close to it Jay Gatsby, who dreamed a dream with the passion and courage few possess and the tragedy was that it was a wrong dream colliding with reality that was evenwrong and deadly Just like the Great Houdini the association the title of this book so easily invokes you specialized in illusions and escape Except even the power of most courageous dreamers can be quite helpless to allow us e...


  2. says:

    The Great Gatsby is your neighbor you re best friends with until you find out he s a drug dealer It charms you with some of the most elegant English prose ever published, making it difficult to discuss the novel without the urge to stammer awestruck about its beauty It would be evidence enough to argue that F Scott Fitzgerald was superhuman, if it wasn t for the fact that we know he also wrote This Side of Paradise.But despite its magic, the rhetoric is just that, and it is a cruel facade Be The Great Gatsby is your neighbor you re best friends with until you find out he s a drug dealer It charms you with some of the most elegant English prose ever published, making it difficult to discuss the novel without the urge to stammer awestruck about its beauty It would be evidence enough to argue that F Scott Fitzgerald was superhuman, if it wasn t for the fact that we know he also wrote This Side of Paradise.But despite its magic, the rhetoric is just that, and it is a cruel facade Behind the stunning glitter lies a story with all the discontent and intensity of the early Metallica albums At its heart, The Great Gatsby throws the very nature of our desires into a harsh, shocking light There may never be a character who so epitomizes tragically misplaced devotion as Jay Gatsby, and Daisy, his devotee, plays her part with perfect, innocent malevolence Gatsby s competition, Tom Buchanan, stands aside watching, taunting and provoking with piercing...


  3. says:

    This is my least favorite classic of all time Probably even my least favorite book, ever I didn t have the faintest iota of interest in neither era nor lifestyle of the people in this novela So why did I read it to begin with well, because I wanted to give it a chance I ve been surprised by many books, many a times Thought this could open a new literary door for me.Most of the novel was incomprehensibly lame I was never fully introduced to the root of the affair that existed between Gatsb This is my least favorite classic of all time Probably even my least favorite book, ever I didn t have the faintest iota of interest in neither era nor lifestyle of the people in this novela So why did I read it to begin with well, because I wanted to give it a chance I ve been surprised by many books, many a times Thought this could open a new literary door for me.Most of the novel was incomprehensibly lame I was never fully introduced to the root of the affair that existed between Gatsby and Daisy So they were in loveyeah..I ve been in love too, who cares Several times I didn t even understand where characters were when they were speaking to each other I also didn t understand the whole affair with Tom and Mrs Wilson. and something about her husband locking h...


  4. says:

    After six years of these heated and polarized debates, I m deleting the reviews that sparked them Thanks for sharing your frustrations, joys, and insights with me, goodreaders Happy reading In love and good faith, always,Savannah


  5. says:

    Jay Gatsby, you poor doomed bastard You were ahead of your time If you would have pulled your scam after the invention of reality TV, you would have been a huge star on a show like The Bachelor and a dozen shameless Daisy types would have thrown themselves at you Mass media and modern fame would have embraced the way you tried to push your way into a social circle you didn t belong to in an effort to fulfill a fool s dream as your entire existence became a lie and you desperately sought to re Jay Gatsby, you poor doomed bastard You were ahead of your time If you would have pulled your scam after the invention of reality TV, you would have been a huge star on a show like The Bachelor and a dozen shameless Daisy types would have thrown themselves at you Mass media and modern fame would have embraced the way you tried to push your way into a social circle you didn t belong to in an effort to fulfill a fool s dream as your entire existence became a lie and you desperately sought to rewrite history to an ending ...


  6. says:

    DAISY BUCHANAN IS A GIFT TO READERS EVERYWHERE AND THE HERO OF THE GREAT GATSBY, FOR SURE, NO QUESTIONS, FIGHT ME IN THE COMMENTS IF YOU THINK YOU RE BOLD A Thinkpiece by Mehttps emmareadstoomuch.wordpress.coI ve known that Daisy effin rocks since I first read this book Fun fact my first read of this took place in the back of the family minivan when I was 13, on a roadtrip to, l...


  7. says:

    Over drinks, I ve observed like so many smart alecks that much of The Great Gatsby s popularity relies heavily on its shortness At a sparse 180 pages, Fitzgerald s masterpiece could be argued to be the Great American novella Gatsby, like so many other short classics, is easily readable, re readable, and assessable to everyone from the attention deficient young to mothers juggling a kid, a career, and a long held desire to catch up on all those books they should have read but haven t gotten Over drinks, I ve observed like so many smart alecks that much of The Great Gatsby s popularity relies heavily on its shortness At a sparse 180 pages, Fitzgerald s masterpiece could be argued to be the Great American novella Gatsby, like so many other short classics, is easily readable, re readable, and assessable to everyone from the attention deficient young to mothers juggling a kid, a career, and a long held desire to catch up on all those books they should have read but haven t gotten around to yet.I ve now read Gatsby three times, and I admit that on my first reading during like handf...


  8. says:

    There was one thing I really liked about The Great Gatsby.It was short.


  9. says:

    Casual, self absorbed decadence, the evaporation of social grace, money calling all the shots and memories of the past holding people hostage from the future that lies before them Yes, Mr Fitzgerald has nailed it and written one of THE great American novels This book was a surprise I LOVED it and all of the deep contradictions swimming around its heart At once a scathing indictment on the erosion of the American Dream, but also a bittersweet love letter to the unfailing optimism of the Ame Casual, self absorbed decadence, the evaporation of social grace, money calling all the shots and memories of the past holding people hostage from the future that lies before them Yes, Mr Fitzgerald has nailed it and written one of THE great American novels This book was a surprise I LOVED it and all of the deep contradictions swimming around its heart At once a scathing indictment on the erosion of the American Dream, but also a bittersweet love letter to the unfailing optimism of the American people Call it dignified futility obstinate hopefulness Whatever you call it, this novel is shiny and gorgeous, written with a sort of breezy pretension that seems to mirror the loose morality of the story Rarely have I come across a book whose style so perfectly enhances its subject matter Set in the eastern United States just after World War I, Fitzgerald shows us an America that has lost its moral compass This fall from grace is demonstrated through the lives of a handful of cynical well to dos li...


  10. says:

    The eh GatsbyClassic Yes THE great American novel Hmph, so I heard I suppose it should make oneinterested, or at least feelcompelled to read something or re read as is the case here when it has classic and everyone else loves it stamped all over it And has a movie made out of it, though what beloved novel hasn t these days Of course, I originally read FSF s Gatsby because I was expected to for a high school English class So, even though I was never the type to do homewo The eh GatsbyClassic Yes THE great American novel Hmph, so I heard I suppose it should make oneinterested, or at least feelcompelled to read something or re read as is the case here when it has classic and everyone else loves it stamped all over it And has a movie made out of it, though what beloved novel hasn t these days Of course, I originally read FSF s Gatsby because I was expected to for a high school English class So, even though I was never the type to do homework, I read The Great Gatsby because it had a neat cover, Fitzgerald is fun to say, and, of course, the legend of Zelda Unfor...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • See Post

  • More Post