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Zheng Zhong English Composition II Professor Kenneth Rose 12 June 2013 The Great Gatsby – Sources Dilworth, Thomas. "The Passion Of Gatsby: Evocation Of Jesus In Fitzgerald's THE GREAT GATSBY." Explicator 68.2 (2010): 119-121. Academic Search Premier. Web. 22 June 2013. The article does not relate too much to my thesis. It offers strong position on the book “The Great Gatsby”, but it analyzes Jesus in the novel. Dilworth is trying to connect the book to the religion in a way. This is not the perspective that I wanted to take, but it might be useful for certain parts of my analysis. The article is valid and very credible. Mr. Tomas Dilworth is an eminent literature expert. He is a member of the Department of English Literature in the University of Windsor. The credentials that Mr. Dilworth posses are very strong, and for that reason I
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Unformatted text preview: will probably use this source more than what I first thought. Shmoop Editorial Team. "The Great Gatsby Plot Analysis" Shmoop.com. Shmoop University, Inc., 11 Nov. 2008. Web. 22 Jun. 2013. This source relates to my topic to the great extent. Shmoop editorial team really went into a deep analysis and broke down “The Great Gatsby” to little pieces that are easily comprehended. I am not sure how valid this source is. There is no way to see who makes the Shmoop editorial team, therefore it is hard to confirm their credentials. Even though they seem to know what they are talking about, this source does not appear very credible and I will be very carful if I decide to use it. But I will surely follow their strategies in untangling the meaning of Gatsby....
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