The Great Gatsby. The Jazz Age. Suffixes. 1. organizER 2. helpLESS 3. generousLY 4 . graciOUS 5. seasonAL 6. comfortABLE 7. tastY 8. demonstraTION 9. gratefully 10. graceful 11. wonderful 12. envious 13. regional 14. happily . The Roaring Twenties. The Roaring Twenties.
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The Jazz Age
so were having an athletic figure
and a tan.
Gold symbolizes money. Bouncing high can symbolize going up in status.
Men change themselves to get a woman they desire.
“That’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.”– what is the role of women? When you are powerless, it’s better to be a fool.
People are lying and being ironic a lot. “I haven’t heard a word”– irony. “Don’t believe everything you hear”
What is Gatsby looking at that gets him so emotional?
Nick finds Gatsby incredibly charming. He has a way of making Nick feel good about himself.