With reference to at least two passages, show how Fitzgerald’s variety of language techniques illustrate his views on the lifestyle of the era, here and in the novel as a whole. Fitzgerald uses many different literary techniques to portray his opinion of the lifestyle during the 1920’s. The use of Nick Carraway as narrator continually exposes the readers to both the positives, and negatives of this era. Throughout “The Great Gatsby” Fitzgerald explores key issues of “The jazz age”. The role of women and the hierarchy of society are two of the main issues which Fitzgerald explores. Throughout passage one there is a big divide of social status and it is clear that the differences within the class hierarchy are profound:
“He’s so dumb he doesn’t know he’s….