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Gatsby Literary Quotes
Gatsby Literary Quotes - presentation

calandra-b

“Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone, just remember that all the people in the world haven’t had the advantages you’ve had.”. Aphorism . “Now it was again a green light on the dock. His count of enchanted objects had diminished by one..

HOW TO READ LITERATURE LIKE A Professor
HOW TO READ LITERATURE LIKE A Professor - presentation

faustina-d

Thomas C. Foster. Seasons Matter. Letitia Hughes. AP Language . Reading List . page 287. “ F. Scott Fitzgerald, . The Great Gatsby . (1925), “If modern American literature consisted of only one novel, and if that novel were .

HOW TO READ LITERATURE LIKE A Professor
HOW TO READ LITERATURE LIKE A Professor - presentation

pamella-mo

Thomas C. Foster. Seasons Matter. Letitia Hughes. AP Language . Reading List . page 287. “ F. Scott Fitzgerald, . The Great Gatsby . (1925), “If modern American literature consisted of only one novel, and if that novel were .

The Great Gatsby Overview PPT
The Great Gatsby Overview PPT - presentation

jane-oiler

Background to. . The Great Gatsby. World War I. Post WWI. Standard of living increased for most. Americans abandoned small towns in exchange for urban living. Economy prospered as Americans tried to forget troubles of war.

Symbols in the Great Gatsby
Symbols in the Great Gatsby - presentation

marina-yar

The Green Light. Symbolizes both the unattainable dream of Gatsby’s past and the future at the same time. . “Possibly it had occurred to him that the colossal significance of that light had now vanished forever…It had seemed as close as a star to the moon. Now it was again a green light on a dock. His count of enchanted objects had diminished by one” – Nick .

The Roaring twenties And it’s connection to “The Great Gatsby”
The Roaring twenties And it’s connection to “The Great G - presentation

ellena-man

Brief summary of “The Roaring twenties”. Known as a decade-long party. . Glamour. Wealth. “Keeping up with the Jones’”. More people lived in cities than the country. Major events during the 1920’s.

Unit 2 – Gatsby, Gin, Guns, Greed, & Gangsters
Unit 2 – Gatsby, Gin, Guns, Greed, & Gangsters - presentation

karlyn-boh

Writers: Kendrick Lamar, John Cheever, . Nas. , F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda Fitzgerald. Texts: “The Swimmer. ”, “The Great Gatsby”. “Swimming Pools (Drank)” “Time” . Please take out note-taking materials.

The Great Gatsby Chapters Five & Six
The Great Gatsby Chapters Five & Six - presentation

pamella-mo

ENG4U: Wilson. Learning Objectives. Understand the importance of rain in this chapter and how it is a metaphor for emotional release. Think about the relationship between Daisy and Gatsby and how this is portrayed by Fitzgerald.

The Great Gatsby F Scott Fitzgerald
The Great Gatsby F Scott Fitzgerald - presentation

tatiana-do

F. Scott Fitzgerald. Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1896. . His middle-class . parents constantly overextended themselves financially. . In high . school, Fitzgerald published fiction in the school magazine. .

The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald - presentation

faustina-d

. Author Background . Francis Scott Fitzgerald born September 24, 1896. Member of the Princeton Class of 1917. Joined the Army-stationed in Montgomery Alabama where he met Zelda Sayre . Refused to marry him until he could publish .

Great Gatsby Chapter Summaries Chapter 1 Summary Nick Caraway. He not only narrates the story but casts himself as the book’s author.
Great Gatsby Chapter Summaries Chapter 1 Summary Nick Carawa - presentation

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Great Gatsby Chapter Summaries Chapter 1 Summary Nick Caraway. He not only narrates the story but casts himself as the book’s author. In the summer of 1922 arrives in New York Lives in West Egg, next to Gatsby.

The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby - presentation

lindy-duni

F. Scott Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald (1896-1940). F. Scott Fitzgerald is named for Francis Scott Key (wrote Star Spangled Banner), a distant relative.. He married Zelda Sayre.. He coined the phrase “The Jazz Age,” defined the era, lived it to the fullest, and he and Zelda were crowned its king and queen. .

The Great Gatsby: Chapter 3
The Great Gatsby: Chapter 3 - presentation

karlyn-boh

Brandon McClung, Ian Edmiston, Luke Lish, Cole Haynes. Symbols. An important symbol in this chapter is Gatsby’s wealth and material possessions. They symbolize the American Dream of the 1920’s and everyone wanted to be like Gatsby. .

THE GREAT GATSBY F. SCOTT FITZGERALD
THE GREAT GATSBY F. SCOTT FITZGERALD - presentation

ellena-man

BY: Your Name. Your Class. CHARACTERS. Nick . Carraway.  -  The novel’s narrator, Nick is a young man from . Minnesota. .. . After . moving to West . Egg. , . Nick quickly befriends his next-door neighbor, the mysterious Jay Gatsby. .

The Great Gatsby Chapter Nine
The Great Gatsby Chapter Nine - presentation

tatyana-ad

Learning Intentions. Identify the different viewpoints to Gatsby’s funeral and relate this back to the rest of the novel.. Understand how Gatsby and his father are so different yet similar in different ways..

The Great Gatsby The  author
The Great Gatsby The author - presentation

calandra-b

of the novel is. .... A. . Jay Gatsby. B. . Robert Frost. C. . T.J. . Eckleberg. D. . F. Scott Fitzgerald. The narrator of the novel is. .... A. Gatsby. B. Nick. C. Daisy. D. Fitzgerald. At the beginning of the novel, Nick recounts a conversation where his father tells him to.

The Great Gatsby Chapters 2 and 3
The Great Gatsby Chapters 2 and 3 - presentation

pasty-tole

You will be working with a partner; however, you must have your own paper with answers. . With a partner, answer the following questions concerning chapter 2. . The description of the “valley of ashes” opens chapter 2. On a literal level, what is the valley of ashes? What might it represent on a symbolic level?.

THE GREAT GATSBY CHAPTER 5
THE GREAT GATSBY CHAPTER 5 - presentation

alida-mead

JUNIORS. Swbat. analyze Gatsby’s transition from confident to vulnerable. DO NOW HAND-IN: Why do you think Gatsby is vulnerable? Try and include a partial quote from his conversation with Nick as textual evidence..

The Great Gatsby Symbols
The Great Gatsby Symbols - presentation

calandra-b

The Green Light and the Color Green. The green light at the end of . Daisy’s. dock is the symbol of . Gatsby’s. hopes and dreams. It represents everything that haunts and beckons Gatsby: the physical and emotional distance between him and Daisy, the gap between the past and the present, the promises of the future, and the powerful lure of that other green stuff he craves—money. In fact, the color green pops up everywhere in .

The Great Gatsby Theme, Symbolism, and
The Great Gatsby Theme, Symbolism, and - presentation

debby-jeon

The American Dream. Theme. #105: Theme: The fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. Sometimes said to be an underlying “message” of a story.. On the surface, . The Great Gatsby.

Warm Up: 23 January  1. The chapter begins with an extensive list of the people who came to Gatsby
Warm Up: 23 January 1. The chapter begins with an extensive - presentation

alida-mead

2. Cite the passage on page 64 which connects Gatsby to what is typically “American”  (the archetypal American).  What particular traits are the focus here?. 3. On that same page, Gatsby’s car is described: “…rich cream color, bright with nickel, swollen here and there in its monstrous length with triumphant hat-boxes and supper-boxes and tool-boxes, and terraced with a labyrinth of windshields that mirrored a dozen suns” (64).  Discuss the symbolism in this description. .

The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby - presentation

stefany-ba

11. th. Grade English. Ms. Serra. Click to Continue. Click on the picture to learn more about a picture to learn more about it:. Jay Gatsby. D. aisy . B. uchanan. Tom Buchanan. Nick Carraway. Myrtle Wilson.

Characters in   The Great Gatsby
Characters in The Great Gatsby - presentation

tatiana-do

Jay Gatsby. Protagonist. M. ysterious. , fantastically wealthy young . man. . Every Saturday, his garish Gothic mansion in . West . Egg serves as the site of extravagant . parties . Given name - James .

The Gatsby Tragedy Character Profiling
The Gatsby Tragedy Character Profiling - presentation

min-jolico

Anthony Martin . Name. : Nick . Carraway. Age: . 30. Education: . Yale Alumni; served in Army . Occupation. : Bond Salesman . Current . Residency: . Beaten . down house in the West Egg. Hobbies: . Reading, Jordan Baker.

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