The Sensible Thing
In The Sensible Thing by F. Scott Fitzgerald, George OKelly rekindles the
flame of a lost love with Jonquil Cary and forces himself to let go of his only love in life
for a second time. This portrays that humans cannot love the same lov
But she sat down to rest. She spread her skirts on the bank around her and folded
her hands over her knees. Up above her was a tree in a pearly cloud of mistletoe. She did
not dare to close her eyes, and when a little boy brought her a plate with a slice
Stephen Brauer discusses the fact that in the 1920s men who were looking to get
ahead were all self-made. Brauer makes connections between Jay Gatsby and men like
James Hill, Dan Cody, and Al Capone in this article. Jay Gatsby is conne
Then they went in different directions, but she could hear the gun shooting again
and again over the hill.
She walked on. The shadows hung from the oak trees to the road like curtains.
Then she smelled wood smoke, and smelled the river, and she saw a stee