Transcript of Color Yellow in Great Gatsby
So what is Yellow? For most of you, Yellow is a color But for some other people, Yellow will remind them of And maybe .... But in Yeah! Baby~ Yellow represents something else Welcome aboard 4U English Class Let's begin the Yellow tour Before we get to that, let's take a look at the color of yellow in TGG Yeah baby~ yeah baby~ I look so sexy in that picture We are the yellow twins! ye~~~ stop touching me Opps~ ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? I'm so beautiful that I can ectually fell it (can't fix it) And? You guys are soo "smart"! Time for some "real stuff" yellow cocktail music The color yellow represents the flaws that the main characters begin to show throughout the novel. Both Daisy, Myrtle, and Jordan are seen wearing yellow, rather than white, as the novel progresses. we've got yellows and golds, which we're thinking has something to do with…gold Why gold and not green? "Old money" So you have Gatsby's party, where the turkeys are "bewitched to dark gold," and Jordan's "slender golden arm, and Daisy the "golden girl" (7.99), and Gatsby wearing a gold tie to see Daisy at Nick's house. Due, people love me! BUT! yellow is different. Yellow is fake gold; it's veneer and show rather than substance. We see that with the "yellow cocktail music" at Gatsby's party and the "two girls in twin yellow dresses" who aren't as alluring as the golden Jordan. Also yellow. Gatsby's car, symbol of his desire—and failure—to enter New York's high society. And if that weren't enough, T. J. Eckleburg's glasses, looking over the wasteland of America, are yellow. Overall yellow symbolizes corruptness, moral decay, death, and falsehood. Even at the very begging there is a quote with yellow in it These words seem to indicate somebody using material deception in order to win a girl. In other words, "bling" yourself out, so that a woman who would otherwise not notice you will pay attention. This is precisely what Gatsby does -- he wears a "gold hat" to win Daisy. TFull transcript
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