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F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
About the Author Born-September 24, 1896 Died-December 21, 1940 Married Zelda...
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Impact on Society Fitzgerald named the 1920’s “The Jazz...
The Jazz Age Prohibition was in effect Dances such as the Charleston were pop...
The Flappers Flappers were women who rebelled against the fashion and social...
Flapper Fashion Flappers dressed in shapeless dresses that came to the knee....
Characters of The Great Gatsby Jay Gatsby- The self-made wealthy man who live...
Characters of The Great Gatsby Nick Carraway- the narrator, Daisy’s cousin, G...
Characters in The Great Gatsby Daisy Buchanan- married to Tom, Gatsby’s love...
Tom Buchanan- Daisy’s husband, has an affair with Myrtle
Myrtle Wilson- Tom’s woman in the city, married to George
Characters in The Great Gatsby Tom Buchanan- Daisy’s husband, has an affair w...
Settings in The Great Gatsby West Egg- where Nick and Gatsby live, represents...
Settings in The Great Gatsby The City- New York City, where the characters es...
Symbols in The Great Gatsby Green Light- at the end of Daisy’s dock and visib...
Symbols in The Great Gatsby The Valley of Ashes- the area between West Egg an...
Symbols in The Great Gatsby The Eyes of Dr. T. J. Ekleburg- A decaying billbo...
Important Quotes “I hope she’ll be a fool- that’s the best thing a girl can b...
Important Quotes "They were careless people, Tom and Daisy- they smashed up t...
The American Dream Gatsby is the ideal image of one who has achieved the Amer...
American Dream Cont.
Old Money Vs. New Money New Money: Someone who has achieved the American Drea...
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№ слайда 1 F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby
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F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby

№ слайда 2 About the Author Born-September 24, 1896 Died-December 21, 1940 Married Zelda
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About the Author Born-September 24, 1896 Died-December 21, 1940 Married Zelda Sayre Famous works include The Great Gatsby The Beautiful and the Damned Tender is the Night

№ слайда 3 F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Impact on Society Fitzgerald named the 1920’s “The Jazz
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F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Impact on Society Fitzgerald named the 1920’s “The Jazz Age” Wrote screenplays for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Created the The Great Gatsby which is said to be the most accurate description of the 1920’s

№ слайда 4 The Jazz Age Prohibition was in effect Dances such as the Charleston were pop
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The Jazz Age Prohibition was in effect Dances such as the Charleston were popular Popular sayings included 23 Skidoo, Bee’s Knees Economy was in a “Boom”

№ слайда 5 The Flappers Flappers were women who rebelled against the fashion and social
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The Flappers Flappers were women who rebelled against the fashion and social norms of the early 1900’s. They married at a later age and drank and smoked inpublic Flappers were known for their carefree lifestyles.

№ слайда 6 Flapper Fashion Flappers dressed in shapeless dresses that came to the knee.
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Flapper Fashion Flappers dressed in shapeless dresses that came to the knee. Dresses were made to look “boy-like” Gender bending was common. Women would try to make themselves look more man-like.

№ слайда 7 Characters of The Great Gatsby Jay Gatsby- The self-made wealthy man who live
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Characters of The Great Gatsby Jay Gatsby- The self-made wealthy man who lives next door to Nick Carraway and loves Daisy Buchanan

№ слайда 8 Characters of The Great Gatsby Nick Carraway- the narrator, Daisy’s cousin, G
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Characters of The Great Gatsby Nick Carraway- the narrator, Daisy’s cousin, Gatsby’s neighbor

№ слайда 9 Characters in The Great Gatsby Daisy Buchanan- married to Tom, Gatsby’s love
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Characters in The Great Gatsby Daisy Buchanan- married to Tom, Gatsby’s love interest before the war, socialite

№ слайда 10 Tom Buchanan- Daisy’s husband, has an affair with Myrtle
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Tom Buchanan- Daisy’s husband, has an affair with Myrtle

№ слайда 11 Myrtle Wilson- Tom’s woman in the city, married to George
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Myrtle Wilson- Tom’s woman in the city, married to George

№ слайда 12 Characters in The Great Gatsby Tom Buchanan- Daisy’s husband, has an affair w
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Characters in The Great Gatsby Tom Buchanan- Daisy’s husband, has an affair with Myrtle Myrtle Wilson- Tom’s woman in the city, married to George George Wilson- owns the gas station Jordan Baker- Daisy’s friend, professional golfer

№ слайда 13 Settings in The Great Gatsby West Egg- where Nick and Gatsby live, represents
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Settings in The Great Gatsby West Egg- where Nick and Gatsby live, represents new money East Egg- where Daisy lives, the more fashionable area, represents old money

№ слайда 14 Settings in The Great Gatsby The City- New York City, where the characters es
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Settings in The Great Gatsby The City- New York City, where the characters escape to for work and play The Valley of Ashes- between the City and West Egg, where Wilson’s gas station is

№ слайда 15 Symbols in The Great Gatsby Green Light- at the end of Daisy’s dock and visib
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Symbols in The Great Gatsby Green Light- at the end of Daisy’s dock and visible from Gatsby’s mansion. Represents Gatsby's hopes and dreams about Daisy.

№ слайда 16 Symbols in The Great Gatsby The Valley of Ashes- the area between West Egg an
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Symbols in The Great Gatsby The Valley of Ashes- the area between West Egg and New York City. It is a desolate area filled with industrial waste. It represents the social and moral decay of society during the 1920’s. It also shows the negative effects of greed.

№ слайда 17 Symbols in The Great Gatsby The Eyes of Dr. T. J. Ekleburg- A decaying billbo
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Symbols in The Great Gatsby The Eyes of Dr. T. J. Ekleburg- A decaying billboard in the Valley of Ashes with eyes advertising an optometrist. There are multiple proposed meanings, including the representation of God’s moral judgment on society.

№ слайда 18 Important Quotes “I hope she’ll be a fool- that’s the best thing a girl can b
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Important Quotes “I hope she’ll be a fool- that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.” Daisy’s description of her daughter “So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” –the last line of the novel

№ слайда 19 Important Quotes "They were careless people, Tom and Daisy- they smashed up t
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Important Quotes "They were careless people, Tom and Daisy- they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness or whatever it was that kept them together, and let other people clean up the mess they had made." – Nick’s description of Tom and Daisy

№ слайда 20 The American Dream Gatsby is the ideal image of one who has achieved the Amer
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The American Dream Gatsby is the ideal image of one who has achieved the American Dream. What is the American Dream and who has achieved it in our time?

№ слайда 21 American Dream Cont.
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American Dream Cont.

№ слайда 22 Old Money Vs. New Money New Money: Someone who has achieved the American Drea
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Old Money Vs. New Money New Money: Someone who has achieved the American Dream Not as respected in the 1920’s Old Money Money from family wealth Born rich Not earned through work done by yourself Respected above all in the 1920’s

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