The Great Gatsby

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  • The Great Gatsby
    • Characters
      • Gatsby
        • Chapter 3
        • Chapter 4
        • Chapter 5
        • Chapter 6
        • Chapter 7
        • Chapter 8
      • Nick
        • All Chapters
      • Jordan
        • Chapter 1
        • Chapter 3
        • Chapter 7
        • Chapter 8
        • Chapter 9
      • Daisy
        • Chapter 1
        • Chapter 4
        • Chapter 5
        • Chapter 7
        • Chapter 8
      • Myrtle Wilson
        • Chapter 2
        • Chapter 7
      • George Wilson
        • Chapter 2
        • Chapter 7
        • Chapter 8
      • Tom
        • Chapter 1
        • Chapter 2
        • Chapter 6
        • Chapter 7
        • Chapter 9
    • Symbols/ Motifs
      • Green
        • Green light on the end of Daisy's dock
        • Money
        • Envy/ Jealousy
      • The eyes of T.J. Eckleburg
        • Eyes of GOd watching over the Valley of Ashes
    • Key Scenes
      • Chapter 2
        • Find out about Tom's Affair with Myrtle.
        • Introduction to Valley of Ashes.
        • Party in New York.
      • Chapter 3
        • First of Gatsby's parties
        • Introduction to Gatsby.
      • Chapter 5
        • Gatsby and Daisy meet for tea and then tour around Gatsby's house
      • Chapter 6
        • We find out about Gatsby's real past.
      • Chapter 4
        • Gatsby takes Nick for a ride and tells his story
      • Chapter 1
        • intro to Nick, Jordan, Tom and Daisy
      • Chapter 7
        • They all go to New York.
        • Tom, Gatsby and Daisy have an argument.
        • Daisy runs Myrtle over and kills her.Everyone assumes Gatsby is driving.
      • Chapter 8
        • Gatsby admits Daisy was driving.
        • Switch to anonymous 3rd person narrator.
        • George Wilson kills Gatsby
      • Chapter 9
        • Nick arranges Gatsby's funeral but everyone refuses to show up except his father and owl eyes mainly.
        • Find out how Gatsby remade himself.
        • Character- isation of Gatsby's father.

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