The Great Gatsby

The Valley represents the "eyes" and thoughts of the God-like Figure in which Book?

On What Book Does It Represent It Like This?

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Although the book does not state this implicitly, the eyes of Dr.T. J. Eckleburg represent God of the Bible staring down upon and judging American society as a moral wasteland.