Daisy In "The Great Gatsby": New Criticism
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5 pages in length. New criticism takes an entirely different approach to the fundamental basis of literature. In assessing F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby under this application, one finds that the autotelic element is quite apparent throughout the story, with Daisy representing perhaps the most obvious attributes of new criticism through figurative language, contrast and comparison, cause-effect patterns and ideas or qualities that unify ideas and suggestions. No additional sources cited.
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