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F. Scott Fitzgerald

Intro to The Great Gatsby and its author
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Ashley Curry

on 2 September 2013

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Transcript of F. Scott Fitzgerald

and The Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Written: 1925
A story about life in the 1920s.
What did you feel as you were watching the Trailer?
Atmosphere?
Who is Gatsby?
Bootlegger?
Murderer?
German Spy?
Generous Host ?
Manipulative?
You Decide...
mystery, murder, lost love and a life of "luxury"
What do you know about the 1920s?
Give me a hero and I'll write
you a tragedy.
-F. Scott Fitzgerald
Poor boys don't marry
rich girls.
- Charles King
Poor boys don't marry
rich girls.
-Charles King
Ginevra King
1920- This Side of Paradise
1922- The Beautiful and Damned
1925- The Great Gatsby
1934-Tender is the Night
1939- The Love of the Last Tycoon
(Never finished)
His life by the books:
Scott Fitzgerald
& Zelda Sayer
Scott & Scottie Fitzgerald
Sheila Graham and
Scott Fitzgerald
The life of luxury-having every thing you want. Life is grand until you can't have the thing you want most.
1920- This Side of Paradise
1922- The Beautiful and Damned
1925- The Great Gatsby
1934-Tender is the Night
1939- The Love of the Last Tycoon
(Never finished)

His Life by the Books
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