The Rich Boy: Short Story

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Fitzgerald best explains why Anson feels so superior when he states that "most of our lives end as a compromise - it was as a compromise that his [Anson Hunter] life began. From the story it is evident that Anson does not leave Dolly out of revenge for what had happened in his past love life. On the contrary, Anson is, within certain limits, respectful towards Dolly even though "he was not in love with her Continue reading this essay Continue reading.

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This item has not been rated yet. Fitzgerald's short story "The Rich Boy" like his novel The Great Gatsby utilizes an outside narrator to tell the story of a wealthy protagonist in a sympathetic but still somewhat distanced way. Here the protagonist is Anson Hunter, a well-to-do young New Yorker, who would seem to have the whole world ahead of him and the streets paved in gold. How can I use this format? Log in to rate this item. You must be logged in to post a review. Please log in.

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