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Abstract

F. Scott Fitzgerald and the Politics of

“THE UNFINISHED” IN THE GREAT GATSBY

It seems that every writer, when he tries to close a story, always obeys the same purpose: not to bring a conclusion to his text as a whole, but rather to specify that he has nothing more to say, that he can't or doesn't mean anything anymore. The concept of incompleteness. - which is only an internal border - offers an example of the "void" that it is possible to study in Literary texts. Formerly, writers spoke of this incompletion as a reality inherent in the very act of writing. One of the first, Paul Valery, did he not say not, in his reflections on the "Marine Cemetery".


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