A Rose is a Rose is a Rose
“What motivates Gatsby is not the desire for material betterment (“food and bed”) but the evanescent and the intangible; what satisfies him is confirmation of “the unreality of reality” Whatever is, for Gatsby, can be contradicted, “the real” is always “the unreal”
Harold Blom, The Great Gatsby (Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretations)
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