Blue gardens

from F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Great Gatsby (Chapter III) on Rap Genius


Fitzgerald’s use of the “blue gardens” in this passage is in an marked contrast from the “grotesque gardens” of the last chapter’s start. In the valley of ash description beforehand, the use of a color, even though it is still in the cool spectrum, is a marked difference from the monochromatic palette.

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