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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…

Great Gatsby Background Notes Mrs. Fanning English 6C 1. F. Scott Fitzgerald A. Born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1896, family lived off his motherâs inheritance B. Attended…

Great Gatsby Curve: Empirical Background Steven N. Durlauf University of Wisconsin 1 â¦changes have taken place in ghetto neighborhoods, and the groups that have been left…

The Great Gatsby Background Notes for the quintessential American Novel F. Scott Fitzgerald Born 1896 Catholic ârespectableâ family from St. Paul Minnesota âShabby Genteelâ…

Intro to Chopin, Fitzgerald, and The Great Gatsby Intro to Chopin, Fitzgerald, and The Great Gatsby Background Information Kate Chopin American author of short stories and…

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…

Great Gatsby Great Gatsby Chapters 1& 2 Vocabulary Chapter One Feign Pretending to be affected (feeling, state, injury); to represent falsely The students feigned interest…

Great Gatsby Great Gatsby Vocabulary for chapters 5 & 6 Chapter 5 harrowed Distressed; upset The busy schedule of a teacher is harrowing at times. Defunct No longer in…

Sastav na engleskom jeziku Opis knjige- Veliki Getsbi English essay A book review âThe Great Gatsby Recently I have read âThe Great Gatsbyâ, a novel written in 1925 by…

1. The LostGenerationand the Cultural Context of… THE GREAT GATSBY 2. Germinal Statement of the LostGeneration“Every man becomes civilized between the…

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…

Great Gatsby Great Gatsby Chapters 3 & 4 Vocabulary Chapter three Permeate To spread throughout With the help of waiters, drinks permeated the garden Saunter To walk…

The Great Gatsby AS Assessment Focuses The examination will assess a candidate’s ability to: AO1 communicate clearly the knowledge understanding and insight appropriate…

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

By F. Scott Fitzgerald Student Notes F. Scott Fitzgerald BORN on September 24, 1896, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Intelligent child, he did poorly in school and was sent to a…

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 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…

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,…

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…