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pk10猜冠军技巧 www.5mxt.com.cn Abstract:As one of Fitzgerald’s representative works, The Great Gatsby tells a story about Jay Gatsby, a young and mysterious millionaire, who eventually dies from his love. Three important female characters surrounding him are reduced to a miserable ending. They also can’t be ignored. They are always objectified in the process of pursuing their goals.
This thesis is intended to analyze three female characters from the perspective of sexual objectification and self-objectification to explore the origin of women being objectified. This paper consists of four parts as follows. Firstly, the introduction part begins from the writing background and the brief plot of the novel, and then leads to the core subject: How are the three female characters objected? Secondly, the main body will start to do a specific analysis on characters. Females are mostly sexual tools in male’s eyes by the discussion of their attitude and behaviors. Also, females themselves take it for granted that they are beautiful goods. In third and fourth parts, it comes the conclusion of the thesis.
Through the discussion this paper demonstrates that in the patriarchal society, females have no other way but to dependent on males to live. In this environment, females spontaneously view themselves as goods. In the end they are bound to have a tragic ending.
Key Words：Sexual Objectification Self-Objectification Victims Tragedy
Ⅱ. Daisy, Baker and Myrtle -- The Victims of Female Objectification-2
A. An Introduction to Female Objectification-2
B. An Objectification of Three Female Characters-3
1. Sexual Objectification of Women-3
a. Daisy Fay-3
b. Jordan Baker-4
c. Myrtle Wilson-5
2. Female Self-Objectification-6
a. Daisy Fay-6
b. Jordan Baker-7
c. Myrtle Wilson-8