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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…

1. PULMAD:Great Gatsby Mariel Põld, Liidia Maier, Inger Tammela Tartu Kunstikool 2013 2. Kontseptsiooni tuum Art DecoKoloriit Lilla Kuldne ValgeSuursuguneElegantne…

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…

1. THE GREAT GATSBYLiam, Steven, Max, Nick 2. LOCATIONThe Great Depression and the New Deal. 3. LOCATION CONTH.B. Eshleman Realty Co 4. SOCIAL THEMES The Atlanta Constitution…

1. By F. Scott Fitzgerald Prepared by: Martin Tanchev 2. Pursuing his dream to learn the bond business, Nick Carraway (the narrator) moves from Minnesota to New York. There…

THE GREAT GATSBY F. Scott Fitzgerald HISTORICAL BACKGROUND In the U.S. the 1920âs was known as the Jazz Age. It lasted from the end of World War I to the stock market crash…

The Great Gatsby Chapter 4 The Parties Continue and so does the gossip⦠"He's a bootlegger," said the young ladies, moving somewhere between his cocktails…

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

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The Great Gatsby Chapter Two Learning Intentions Understand the importance of the second major setting â The valley of the Ashes Identify the further use of symbolism in…

The Great Gatsby Color symbolism   âColors, like features, follow the changes of the emotionsâ --Pablo Picasso Gold Richness happy or prosperous: golden days, golden…

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…