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AP Literature. 8/18. Agendas. Pass in typed essay AP Literature Multiple Choice Practice Great Gatsby Discussion over Chapters 3 & 4 Homework: Re-read chapters 5 & 6 and complete the online reading over Prohibition, Gatsby’s Guide to Manhood, and Harlem in the Jazz Age.

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Ap literature

AP Literature

8/18


Agendas

Agendas

  • Pass in typed essay

  • AP Literature Multiple Choice Practice

  • Great Gatsby Discussion over Chapters 3 & 4

  • Homework: Re-read chapters 5 & 6 and complete the online reading over Prohibition, Gatsby’s Guide to Manhood, and Harlem in the Jazz Age.

    • Come prepared for quiz tomorrow over reading homework.

    • Don’t forget that there is a quiz on Friday over Unit 1 Vocabulary!


Essay due will be graded and returned before the end of the week

Essay Due! - Will be graded and returned before the end of the week.

  • The Green Light

  • The Valley of the Ashes

  • The Eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg

  • Choose one of the symbols listed above and write an analysis of what exactly the symbol represents.

  • Paper should be in MLA format, one page typed and printed, and should use at least 2-3 examples from the text to support your analysis.


Multiple choice practice chapter 5 american fiction

Multiple Choice PracticeChapter 5-American Fiction

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Chapter 3 the great gatsby

Chapter 3 The Great Gatsby

1. Chapter 3 describes Gatsby’s “little party.” Enumerate details about the party itself, about the guests and about their conversation and behavior.

2. Describe the meeting between Nick and Gatsby. Comment on Fitzgerald’s skill in preparing for Gatsby’s entrance into the story.

3. In what way are Nick and Gatsby similar at this point? Why are they paradoxical?


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Chapter 3 The Great Gatsby

4. What is the reason for Nick’s breaking the story at this point? Read the section beginning with “Reading over what I have written so far…”

5. At the end of Chapter 3, Nick meets Jordan again. The author includes several episodes that emphasize her carelessness and basic dishonesty. Discuss these instances. What do they reveal about Jordan? About Nick?

6. Notice the last paragraph in Chapter 3. Is Nick being overly proud here? Discuss.


Chapter 4 the great gatsby

Chapter 4 The Great Gatsby

7. The introductory section of Chapter 4 gives a long roster of those who attended Gatsby’s parties. How do they behave toward their host? Why, then, do they accept his hospitality?

8. Describe Gatsby’s car.

9. Discuss the details that Gatsby shares with Nick about his past.

10. Does Nick believe Gatsby’s story? Why or why not?

11. Who is Meyer Wolfsheim? What seems to be his connection with Gatsby?


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Chapter 4 The Great Gatsby

12. Jordan Baker tells Nick about Daisy, Gatsby, and Tom. Summarize the story.

13. Explain the epigraph on the title page of the novel (“it’s the quote”). What does it reveal about Gatsby and his love for Daisy?

14. Do we know why Gatsby has so many parties? Why did he buy the house? Explain.

15. When Gatsby spoke to Jordan in his library in Chapter 3, he had devised a plan involving Nick. What was it? Why did he not ask Nick directly?


Homework

Homework

  • Re-read chapters 5 & 6 and complete the online reading over Prohibition, Gatsby’s Guide to Manhood, and Harlem in the Jazz Age.

    • http://mbcurl.me/PZJQ

    • Come prepared for quiz tomorrow over reading homework.

    • Don’t forget that there is a quiz on Friday over Unit 1 Vocabulary!


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