Minimum of 900 words. This paper must include one article from a UCC Library database. Use one of the following articles to support your discussion of The Great Gatsby from the perspective of one of the following: (a) Fitzgerald’s life and its influence on the workF(rancis) Scott (Key) Fitzgerald.\” Contemporary Authors Online.

Minimum of 900 words. This paper must include one article from a UCC Library database. Use one of the following articles to support your discussion of The Great Gatsby from the perspective of one of the following: (a) Fitzgerald’s life and its influence on the workF(rancis) Scott (Key) Fitzgerald.\” Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit: Gale, 2004. Literature Resource Center. Web. 7 July 2014.Pelzer, Linda C. Student Companion to F. Scott Fitzgerald. Westport, CT: Greenwood P, 1979. Print.Schneider, Daniel J. “Color-Symbolism in The Great Gatsby.” Critical Insights: The Great Gatsby. Ed. Morris Dickstein. Ipswich, MA: Salem P, 2009. 246-254. Literature Reference Center. Web. 7 July 2014.Stocks, Claire. “‘All men are [not] created equal’: F. Scott Fitzgerald\’s The Great Gatsby.” The English Review 17.3 (Feb. 2007). Literature Resource Center. Web. 7 July 2014.Course Learning Outcomes AchievedProduce a well-defined thesis on a literary topic pertinent to the course and develop it into and effective and well-organized essayDemonstrate in writing the skills of grammar and style in discipline-specific contextsIntegrate the reading, analysis, and discussion of literature into writing processesPrevious NextWork cited , free from plagiarism