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Then wear the gold hat if that will move herIf you can bounce high bounce high for her too Till she cry Lover gold-hatted high-bouncing lover From the beginning of time men have attempted to solve a mystery of which the answer always seems to be just out of their grasp The Woman From working to playing even in simply trying to communicate the workings of the womans mind have always seemed to befuddle the most intelligent of men While hunting the ever- elusive scent of a woman as a prospective mate men are constantly thrown off the circuitous trail that ultimately ends at the womans heart The fictional poet Thomas Parke DInvilliers theory on the subject stated above seems to be the method of choice for most men Impress her until she wants you F Scott Fitzgeralds character Jay Gatsby adopts this method in pursuing the love of Daisy by accumulating extreme amounts of wealth By means of hidden symbolism Fitzgerald intertwines his personal beliefs regarding monetary affluence with a phenomenal plot in The Great GatsbyFitzgerald absolutely deplores the wealthys preoccupation with themselves Gatsbys automobile being a prime example Gatsby being a man of great social significance needs no fancy car in order to make a name for himself Nevertheless he drives the Godfather of all cars the Rolls Royce Everybody had seen it It wasbright with nickel swollen here and therein its monstrous lengthterraced with a labyrinth of windshields that mirrored a dozen suns68 This death car as it is later appropriately labeled is a major symbol of self absorption often associated with extreme wealth Moreover the car radiates an obnoxious yellow a color used by Fitzgerald to set off vulgar displays of prosperity Upon getting to know and understand the main characters and their motives the reader comprehends Gatsbys idealistic dream to one day rescue Daisy from her prison and go speeding off blazing a trail into a bright prosperous future Unfortunately
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