Cupidity's Stupidity

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Rosemary Hoyt and Dick Diver supply the first two views while Nicole Diver provides the last. Nicole represents the corrupt aristocrat who descends from a rich family. The beginning of the section limited to Dick’s views and all of the section limited to Rosemary’s views present a pleasant outward appearance to the wealthy Nicole...
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Nicole’s “prettiness” (16) and sophistication obscure Rosemary’s youngish perception and forces Rosemary to paint a favorable depiction of Nicole. Fitzgerald uses Rosemary’s views to introduce the false facade aspect of the rich. The third narrative concerns Nicole herself. Infidelity, drunkenness, and ill will towards her loving husband characterize some of Nicole’s actions during this section of the book...
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