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The Great Gatsby

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Transcript of The Great Gatsby

Chapter 8

Charles D. Markcum
Naja Johnson
By:
Kaitlyn Wakley

As Nick follows Gatsby from room to room, looking for cigarettes, he realizes that Gatsby's house is bigger then he ever thought it was.

Nick tries tells Gatsby that he needs to go away, that the police will trace his car. He tells him that he should go to Montreal, or Atlantic City for a week.
Atlantic City 1920

Montreal 1920
Houses in the 1920s
1920 Cigarettes
Gatsby told Nick the strange story of his youth with Dan Cody. Then he begin to tell Nick about Daisy.
War in the 1920
Camp Taylor
Women of the 1920s
He tells him how he met her while he was at Camp Taylor.
Soldiers In The 1920
Armistice 1920
Gatsby was a captain in the Argonne Battle.
Argonne Battle 1920
After the Armistice Gatsby tried frantically to get home, but by some mistake he was sent to Oxford.
Oxford 1920
When Gatsby never came back Daisy began to get many dates and it was the time the Beale Street Blues , and she married Tom. The letter reached Gatsby at college.
Beale Street Blues 1920
It is dawn now on Long Island and Gatsby is saying that he doesn't think Daisy ever really loved Tom. Trying to convince himself as much as he is trying to convince Nick.
Long Island 1920
Louisville, New York 1920
France 1920
Gatsby tells about when he came back from France he used the last of his money to go to Louisville where Tom and Daisy were on there honeymoon. He went everywhere they had been
.
"Then out of the spring fields, where a yellow
trolley
raced them for a minute with the people in it who might once have seen the pale magic of her face along the casual street." pg. 153
Trolleys in the 1920s
One of Gatsby's servants comes to the door and says he is going to drain the
pool
. But Gatsby tells him not to that he is going to go for a swim later.
Pools in the 1920s
.
Nick had to go to work but he missed the first 2
trains
before he finally was able to leave Gatsby.

Gatsby tells Nick to call him when he gets home.
Telephones
1920
Suites 1920
"His gorgeous pink rag of a suite made a bright spot of color against the white steps.."
Jordan calls and says she has left Daisy's and is now at
Hempstead
, and is going to
Southampton
.
Southampton
Hempstead
Detroit
Port Roosevelt
Where Wilson went.
Gad's Hill
Yellow car 1920
Work Cited
http://www.1920-30.com/
www.1920s-fashion-and-music.com
www.1920sera.com
THE GREAT GATSBY
http://prospectjournal.org/2012/01/12/remembering-the-great-war/
http://www.lymington.org/photographs/lymingtonphoto437.html
http://benluke1920.weebly.com/women.html
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