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Themes of The Great Gatsby

Themes of The Great Gatsby

Themes of The Great Gatsby. By F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Decline of the American Dream in the 1920s. The disintegration of the American Dream in an era of prosperity and material excess Unrestrained desire for money and pleasure surpassed more noble goals

By alva
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The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby. F. Scott Fitzgerald. About F. Scott Fitzgerald. Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1896 Of mixed Irish and Southern descent Named after the writer of “ The Star-Spangled Banner, ” Francis Scott Key. His father was a failed businessman and worked as a salesman.

By phallon
(159 views)

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby. By F. Scott Fitzgerald. Themes and Motifs. Jazz. THE PULSE OF THE ERA. The Automobile!. More Cars, More Fun. Alcohol. SOME MINT JULEP, SOME CHAMPAGNE… SOME WILD BEHAVIOR. Money, Money, and more Money. Is it ever too much?.

By mayes
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Welcome! Today is Monday, April 8th, 2019

Welcome! Today is Monday, April 8th, 2019

Welcome! Today is Monday, April 8th, 2019. I can identify why the 1920’s were a significant time period in American history. Why were the 1920’s a significant time period in American history?. Take your notes out and make a prediction about the following question:

By parley
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Gatsby writing assignment

Gatsby writing assignment

Gatsby writing assignment. Issues to discuss. Writing an analysis. The question asked you to analyze the meaning of a symbol in the novel. Your answer should have addressed the symbolic meaning of the symbol you chose, as well as explain its significance to an overall theme.

By felix
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Visual Rhetoric is the art of communicating an idea with a visual venue.

Visual Rhetoric is the art of communicating an idea with a visual venue.

Visual Rhetoric is the art of communicating an idea with a visual venue. Francis Cugat’s painting for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is the most celebrated and widely disseminated jacket art in twentieth-century American literature, and perhaps of all time. .

By anoush
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Timeline of American Literature : Colonial/puritan period

Timeline of American Literature : Colonial/puritan period

Timeline of American Literature : Colonial/puritan period. God and religion permeated all aspects of their lives. Relatively little writing produced as they were struggling to survive. Writing from this period includes religious prose (sermons), religious

By ardith
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The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby. by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Chapter Six. Characterisation Gatsby, Daisy, Tom Theme American Upper Classes American Dream Structure Symbolism. Characterisation - Gatsby.

By gamba
(119 views)

Kelso High School

Kelso High School

Kelso High School. English Department. The Great Gatsby. by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Chapter Five. Characterisation Gatsby, Daisy, Nick Style Theme American Upper Class Structure

By maili
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Jeopardy: The Roaring 20s

Jeopardy: The Roaring 20s

Jeopardy: The Roaring 20s. HARLEM RENAISSANCE. SOCIAL TURMOIL. PRESIDENTS AND SUCH. PEOPLE. PEOPLE PART 2. X. SOCIAL TURMOIL. PRESIDENTS AND SUCH. X. HARLEM RENAISSANCE. PEOPLE. PEOPLE PART 2. $200. $200. $200. $200. X. $200. $400. $400. X. $400. $400. $400. $600.

By dalia
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Context Clues by 	Kathy Adams

Context Clues by Kathy Adams

Context Clues by Kathy Adams. LA.910.1.6.3 Benchmark Description: The student will use context clues to determine meanings of unfamiliar words; . Content Focus: Context Clues Text Attributes: Texts should be literary or informational.

By anstice
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F. Scott Fitzgerald

F. Scott Fitzgerald

F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Great Gatsby. Background. Born in St. Paul, Minnesota The dominant influences on F. Scott Fitzgerald were aspiration, literature, Princeton, Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, and alcohol (Univ. of South Carolina) Married wealthy Zelda, daughter of Alabama Supreme Court judge.

By duer
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Parallel Structure

Parallel Structure

Parallel Structure. Is all about writing balanced sentences. Basically, when you are writing about two or more related ideas, you need to construct a sentence with equal structure. There are three rules to consider:. tall He was strong He was not only tall but also strong. come early

By tymon
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“Winter Dreams”: F. Scott Fitzgerald

“Winter Dreams”: F. Scott Fitzgerald

“Winter Dreams”: F. Scott Fitzgerald. First published in 1922 Provides a glimpse of the wealthy in the U.S. around the time of World War I. The Minnesota setting is drawn from Fitzgerald’s adolescence and early adulthood among the country-club set of St. Paul. Winter Dreams.

By erling
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F. Scott Fitzgerald- The Voice of a Generation

F. Scott Fitzgerald- The Voice of a Generation

F. Scott Fitzgerald- The Voice of a Generation. The “Roaring Twenties”/ “Jazz Age”. During the 1920’s many Americans lived with reckless abandon Looked for personal fulfillment through material wealth and social acceptance/status.

By mervyn
(163 views)

countenance

countenance

Synonym: visage Slang: mug, kisser. Sometimes used as a verb: to approve of to sanction to endorse “Our school does not countenance bullying.”. A look of boding uneasiness took possession of every. The. of a stout old lady beamed . The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

By pakuna
(142 views)

American Modernism

American Modernism

American Modernism. Mrs. Graziano American Literature. World War I. In 1917, the United States entered WWI, a conflict that resulted in widespread casualties. While America was victorious in the war, perspectives on life began to change; America had lost its innocence.

By portia
(216 views)

Cultural Innovations

Cultural Innovations

Cultural Innovations. Art and Literature. Poets and writers used a variety of subject matter in the 1920s Carl Sandburg: used speech to glorify the Midwest TS Eliot: wrote about negative effects of modernism. Art and Literature. WWI affected many American novelists.

By vanida
(126 views)

Thursday, September 27 th

Thursday, September 27 th

Thursday, September 27 th. 1. Grab a yellow book and turn to page 832. Get out your “Richard Corey & Miniver Cheevy ” sheet from Tuesday. September is National Chicken Month!. Today’s Activities.

By opal
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The “New Era” & The Lost Generation

The “New Era” & The Lost Generation

The “New Era” & The Lost Generation. John Ermer U.S. History Honors Miami Beach Senior High LACC.1112.RH.1.9, SS.912.A.5.1-10, SS.912.A.1-7, SS.912.G.1-3, SS.912.G.4-3. New Culture.

By maitland
(119 views)

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