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In F. Scott Fitzgerald's own words: "Stahr is miserable and embittered toward the end." (Author's Notes, p.149) He continued to love her to the end, as he lost his life, he lost it lovelessly.
All this fuss over a woman might seem a bit trivial, but in true love, nothing is trivial. Monroe Stahr idealized Kathleen Moore as the true cure to all his ills and loveless nights...
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Monroe Stahr idealized Kathleen Moore as the true cure to all his ills and loveless nights. To him, she was Minna Davis. In being, but not spirit, she was a replica.
This theme of idealism is similar to what Richard Slotkin reflects as "the American dream of perpetual self-improvement and transcendence...
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