Gatsby chapters 6,7,8,9

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What is the most significant event in chapter 6?
Gatsby and Tom meeting - sparks the build up of tension leading to chapter 7.
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Name the 3 significant events of chapter 6
1. Gatsbys past with dan cody reveiled. 2. Tom and Gatsby meet at Gatsbys party. 3. Gatsby frets Daisy did't enjoy the party.
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Give 2 significant building blocks for the events of chapter 6
Characterisation (Dan cody, how this presents Gatsby) Themes and places (Party - how its conveyed) destination and ideology (sparks future problems, shapes the narrative)
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What are the themes conveyed in chapter 6?
Anger,money, past events, conflict
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Give some significant quotes for chapter 6
you can't repeat the past' ' why of course you can!'
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Give 3 significant events for chapter 7
1.Buccanans for lunch - tension, arguemnts between Tom and Daisy. 2. Myrtles death/murder 3.Gatsby frets over Daisys saftey with Tom.
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What is THE most significant event in chapter 7?
The death of myrtle - very suggestive towards the theme of class and american dream
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Name 3 themes/symbols in chapter 7
Pathetic fallacy - HEAT (build tension) Blue and Yellow cars collide - make green (jelousy) Themes: American Dream, Class, destruction
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What is significant about the length of chapter 7?
The longest chapter!! significant because it portrays the strongest message throughout, breakdown of all dreams for all lower class protagonists, including Gatsby.
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What building blocks are used by Fitzgerald in chapter 7?
Setting, POV, Characterisation, Ideology
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How are structural points utilised in chapter 7?
Michelaous narrates - unbiased, factual witness as nick wasnt actually present on scene. Cyclical structural (subtle) 'sensous' used when meet M in chpt2 and in chpt7 at death, proves why she was in Toms life - promiscuous.
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State significant quotes for chapter 7
(begining)'hot whips of panic' 'beating heat was beginging to confuse me' (middle) 'her left breast was swinging like a flap' ' mingled her thick dark blood with the dust' (end) 'watching over nothing'
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Give 3 significant events in chapter 8
1.Gatsby awaiting Daisys call 2. Find more about Gatsbys past 3.Gatsby gets shot, George commits suicide.
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Structurally, what happens in chapter 8?
POV change to michalaous, also we are removed from situation of Gatsby being shot because nick wasn't there
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Give 2 significant building blocks for chapter 8
POV, Destination and Ideology
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What is THE most significant event in chapter 8? why?
Gatsby getting shot, shows the punishment for changing class and status, alternativley creates sympathy+shock. unexpected turn.
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What are the themes/symbols in chapter 8?
TJ Eckleburg - Relgion, Wealth, American Dream, Broken dreams, Death
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Name building blocks used by Fitzgerald in chapter 9
Characterisation, voice, time and place, destination and ideology
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Give 3 significant events for chapter 9
1.Gatsbys father arrives 2. Nick organises funeral, all but 3 rejects Gatsby, Gatsbys funeral takes place 3.Informed of what Nick does next
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