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    Coleridge tells the story in Part 5 of ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’. (21 marks) And “ ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ is simply a tale of crime and punishment.” How do you respond to this view? (21 marks) Lamia, The Eve of St Agnes, La Belle Dame Sans Merci – John Keats 2. How does Keats...
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  • Gatsby Chapter3
    How Does Fitzgerald Tell the Story in Chapter 5 of The Great Gatsby? In chapter 5 of The Great Gatsby, the theme of love becomes ever more apparent as does Gatsby’s true self. These emotions are revealed to the reader as the chapter progresses and Gatsby becomes more confident around Daisy. Fitzgerald...
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    ‘How does Fitzgerald tell the story?’ questions Chapter 1 The novel takes the form of a 20th century romantic tragedy, this is revealed by contextual means. In chapter 1 Fitzgerald highlights the tragic form of the novel as Nick says ‘what foul dust that floated in the wake of his dreams’. this...
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  • Great Gatsby Study Guide through Chapter 6
    THE GREAT GATSBY Study Guide by Calvin Roso For the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald Grades 10–12 Reproducible Pages #414 THE GREAT GATSBY Study Guide by Calvin Roso © 1998 Progeny Press 1 Limited permission to reproduce this study guide. Purchase of this book entitles an...
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  • Great Gatsby
    The Great Gatsby Study Guide Questions Answers Chapter 2 1. The valley of the ashes looks like a massive trash dump and represents the rotting American dream. 2. Myrtle has great vitality within her and Mr. Wilson loves and cares for Myrtle. They are of middle class and certainly do not...
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    The Great Gatsby Study Guide Chapter One 1. What are the recent events in Nick’s life, which have most vividly affected his personality? The “Great War” and his time living in the East. 2. How does Nick perceive himself? As a none judgmental person 3. Describe the Buchanan’s house. Mansion...
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  • The Mouse
    The Great Gatsby Chapter 1 Study Guide Questions 1. The narrator’s father gave him advice. What was the advice? 2. Nick remembers his father’s suggestion that “a sense of the fundamental decencies is parceled out unequally at birth.” What are “fundamental decencies”? Explain why you agree/disagree...
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  • the great gatsby
    heres a load of stuff about the great gatsby The Great Gatsby; fact sheet FULL TITLE · The Great Gatsby AUTHOR · F. Scott Fitzgerald TYPE OF WORK · Novel GENRE · Modernist novel, Jazz Age novel, novel of manners LANGUAGE · English TIME AND PLACE WRITTEN · 1923–1924, America and France ...
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  • Great Gastby
    A&E’s The Great Gatsby film study guide (Answer on a separate sheet in complete sentences) Pre-Viewing 1. How was the 1920's a reaction to WWI? 2. Some people think that having money leads to happiness. Do you agree? Why or why not? What are the advantages or disadvantages of being wealthy...
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  • The Great Gatsby
    The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald Context F rancis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1896, and named after his ancestor Francis Scott Key, the author of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Fitzgerald was raised in St. Paul, Minnesota. Though an intelligent child, he did poorly in school...
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  • The Great Gatsby Seminar
    character in The Great Gatsby based on their thoughts, actions, etc.? 2. How do Nick’s qualities as a character affect his narration? 3. How exactly does Gatsby represent the American Dream? 4. What are the apparent strengths of Jay Gatsby? 5. How does The Great Gatsby relate to current...
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  • Great Gatsby Questions
    The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Study Guide Chapter 1 1. Explain what Fitzgerald achieved by using Nick’s point of view to tell Gatsby’s story? He achieves a wider look at things. 2. What do we learn about Nick Carraway in the introductory section of the novel? He is upper middle...
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  • The Great Gatsby
    This PDF is brought to you in association with . . . The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald ©2007, 2002 by SparkNotes All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying...
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  • Great Gatsby Chapter Anylasis
    Chapter 1 In chapter one of The Great Gatsby, we meet Nick Carraway, a young man from Minnesota, telling the story of his short stay in New York. Clearly something happened in New York that caused him to return to the Midwest. While in New York, he settles himself into a house on West Egg. It is...
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  • Great gatsby analysis
    protagonist of the novel «The great Gatsby» by Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald Jay Gatsby by name. His role is relevant for the main line as the story revolves around him. Fitzgerald uses indirect method of characterization. He delays the introduction of his character until chapter 3. Gatsby’s reputation precedes...
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  • The Great Gatsby
     Nick Carraway lives across the lake from the Gatsby mansion, which he can see lit up at night during Gatsby's famous VIP parties. The water stretching out between them and the difficulty of access suggest the social gap between them as well. Although Gatsby befriends Carraway, Nick nevertheless remains...
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  • comparitive essay
     The Great Gatsby Study Questions American Literature Name _____________________________________ The Great Gatsby Pre-reading Questions: Respond thoroughly to the following questions.   1. How might people who are born into wealth compare or contrast to those who acquired...
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  • The Great Gatsby
    The Great Gatsby ‘The Great Gatsby’ is novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, which explores the ‘Golden Age’. ‘The Golden Age’ is the period of time that is after ‘World War I’ and before the ‘Great Depression’ where the America society enjoyed unprecedented levels of wealth during the 1920s. The novel...
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  • Chapters in the Great Gatsby?
    Chapter 1 The narrator of The Great Gatsby is a young man from Minnesota named Nick Carraway. He not only narrates the story but casts himself as the book’s author. He begins by commenting on himself, stating that he learned from his father to reserve judgment about other people, because if he holds...
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  • Revision Notes (The Great Gatsby)
    The Great Gatsby Revision Notes Contents 1. Background 2. Setting 3. Characters 4. Narration 5. Themes 6. Symbolism 7. Imagery 1. Background Economic extremes The early part of the 1920s was a time of economic boom for the United States. Their industries...
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