Bloom's How to Write about F. Scott Fitzgerald (Bloom's How by Kim E Becnel

By Kim E Becnel

Recognized for his paintings the good Gatsby, a searing feedback of yank society throughout the Nineteen Twenties, F Scott Fitzgerald claimed the excellence of making what many readers and students deliberate to be the nice American novel. This quantity is designed to assist scholars increase their analytical writing talents and important comprehension of this author.

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How do the parents affect their child’s development? Are most of the relationships you have examined positive or destructive? Can you determine what, according to Fitzgerald, constitutes a healthy or successful parentchild relationship? History and Context Fitzgerald’s works are firmly rooted in early 20th-century America. Works such as The Great Gatsby, “The Ice Palace,” and “Winter Dreams” depict the prosperous 1920s, and “Babylon Revisited,” “Crazy Sunday,” How to Write about Fitzgerald 51 and Tender Is the Night portray a more somber American society in the aftermath of the 1929 stock market crash.

The story emphasizes that not all change is progress. In fact, it implicitly criticizes the fact that in an attempt to achieve equality, women were, in a way, attempting to become more like the stereotypical male—self-absorbed, calculating, and competitive—and suggests that perhaps women should develop their own strengths and demand equality on their own terms instead. Works Cited Fitzgerald, F. Scott. ” The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A New Collection. New York: Scribner’s, 1989. 25–47.

Rosalind, Clara, and Eleanor in This Side of Paradise all indicate interest in the notion of economic independence. While the first passage does not use Fryer’s exact language, it rephrases and summarizes her ideas. Since it does so without citing her work, this constitutes plagiarism. The second passage has changed some wording, but some of the phrasing is Fryer’s. The first passage could be fixed with a parenthetical citation. Because some of the wording remains the same, though, the second would require the use of quotation marks in addition to a parenthetical citation.

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