They can convey messages, expressing that which words do not.
The eyes look down on the Valley of Ashes in disgust, just as the author believes God is looking down at society negatively, and it seems that whenever someone goes to the Valley of Ashes to commit a sin, the eyes are watching over them, in an attempt to cause them to feel uncomfortable.
The Valley of Ashes is not just a dumping ground filled with pollution. Scott Fitzgerald wrote The Great Gatsby in the s. After this statement, the eyes of Dr.
A concluding major symbol of The Great Gatsby is the hoarding near Wilson s garage, with the eyes of Dr. Eckleburg work to emphasize the lack of a fixed relation between symbols and the things they symbolize; they could mean anything to any observer, but they tend to make observers feel as though they are the ones being scrutinized.
Scott Fitzgerald presents The Great Gatsby with complex symbolism. The reader discerns that the eyes not only see everything but that they eyes are morbidly unhappy. It is a story told through the eyes of Nick Caraway.
He longs for wealth and credence every bit good as Daisy. Eckleburg are not just a pair of eyes on a billboard. Scott Fitzgerald; this billboard holds a true meaning, which plays a great role into the further perceptiveness of the character of George Wilson.