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The Great Gatsby Vocabulary The Great Gatsby Chapter 1 Feign (V) to imitate deceptively; to make believe; pretend Supercilious (Adj.) having or showing arrogant superiority…

The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby: Jay Gatsby AiLi Lim Olivia Russell Martine Acanfora Connection to Roaring Twenties The Great Gatsby was a novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald…

The Great Gatsby – covers Since its first publication in 1925 The Great Gatsby has been reissued numerous times in the US and other countries with a lot of different covers…

Slide 1 The Great Gatsby Overview PPT Slide 2 Background to The Great Gatsby Slide 3 World War I Slide 4 Post WWI Standard of living increased for mostStandard of living…

THE GREAT GATSBY F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Power Point: The Great Gatsby TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening Slide Introduction His Works Literary Influences The Roaring 20’s…

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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…

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 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 Multigenre Project Nicole Cafarelli The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby is considered one of the greatest American novels. Written by F. Scott Fitzgerald,…

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…

1. Universidad de Navarra 25.10.2013/08.11.2013 2.  In the 20s he was after pleasure and opulence and, as     his a personification of his nation, a…

THE GREAT GATSBY CHAPTER 4 CHARACTERISATION â GATSBY, NICK, DAISY, JORDAN STRUCTURE/STYLE SYMBOLISM SETTING CHARACTERISATION - GATSBY âHe hurried the phrase âeducated…

Presentación de PowerPoint By: Mateo Guevara, Maria Paula Bustos, Isidro Dávalos & Oriana Moscarella The Great Gatsby Context Roaring 20´s Postwar economy (flourishing)…

1. The GreatGatsbyBy: F. Scott Fitzgerald“The American Dream”By: Je s s i c a Awad i s 2. The American DreamMost people have a life set forthem, some of which are on…

1. The Great Gatsby Trailer This trailer uses montage shots which shows the narrative of the party scenes. This trailer will attract an audience who likes the director or…

The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald 1 History The âRoaring Twentiesâ The âJazz Ageâ 2 The Flapper Challenged the traditional ways. Revolution of manners…

The Great Gatsby A look at the Jazz Age, Modernism, and F. Scott Fitzgerald The 1920s: Nicknames The Roaring â20s The Jazz Age The Flapper Era The Aspirin Age The Age of…

The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby English III-Green Class Notes âJayâ Gatsby He was a good and hopeful person His house is a mansion which shows that he was rich. The Carraways…