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1. The Great GatsbyThe Great GatsbyKees IJzerman April 2013 2. Storyline• Nick Carraway rents a small house in WestEgg, Long Island• Visits cousin Daisy and her husband…

1. English 11Mr. SheaTiffany Calabrese 2. Gatsby’s car is significantbecause it is flash and showyjust like Gatsby’s personality.“On week-ends his Rolls-Royce became…

The Great Gatsby May 25, 2012 Major Characters Nick Carraway is the narrator of the story. Nick is thought of as a very honest and harmless person by the other characters.…

The Great Gatsby Chapter 7 INTERESTING Changes Wondering if he were sick I went over to find out, an unfamiliar butler with a villainous face squinted at me suspiciously…

Ms. Hatley AP English and Composition Belief in the invulnerability of the United Statesâ superiority is shaken: Sinking of The Titanic in 1912 World War I Military tensions…

The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby Chapter 1 In my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that Iâve been turning over in my mind…

The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby is a novel which was written by F. Scott Fitzgerald and it was published in 1925 at New York. The Great Gatsby follows a cast of characters…

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The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby Chapters 1-2 Discussions 3003.8.1âI can identify characteristics of the Modern and Contemporary Period. 3003.8.3âI can determine how the…

F. Scott Fitzgerald Setting: Summer of 1922 on Long Island and in New York City Point of view: First and Third person Narrator: Nick Carraway Protagonists: Nick Carraway…

The Great Gatsby Interpretation and Significance The Great Gatsby can be viewed in one of three ways: A veiled autobiographical account of Fitzgeraldâs life A bitter criticism…

The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Pre-Reading Discussion Questions What were the effects of Prohibition during the 1920s? Would it work today? WHY…

The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald Fitzgerald (1896-1940) F. Scott Fitzgerald is named for Francis Scott Key (wrote Star Spangled Banner), a distant relative.…

PowerPoint Presentation What is Jordanâs occupation? Noneâlike any woman of wealth, she does not work. Competitive golfer Secretary Switchboard operator Attaâboy! Good…

The Great Gatsby Presented by Mike L Evans by F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby Closing Discussion Quiz 1. Why does Tom hit Myrtle at his apartment in New York City? (A)…

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1. Character profiles 2. Character profilesSummary The Great Gatsby is the story of eccentric millionaire Jay Gatsby as told by Nick Carraway, a Midwesterner who lives on…

The 20s: an age of transition The Great Gatsby: The 1920s and the American Dream 1 The 1920s were an era of âmindless materialism and consumption and pursuit of private…

F. Scott Fitzgerald Advice Nickâs father gives him about judging others? Why did people confide in Nick? What problems did these confidences cause Nick? Nickâs opinion…

The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby Funny version 1 Once upon a time there was a man who was in love (or obsessed) with a woman. And for her he did everything, he even got…