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The Great Gatsby

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Joey Lin

on 19 March 2015

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Transcript of The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby
The Symbolism of colors
One of baseball's most elite teams that had just won the 1917 World Series
Tension between the players and the owner (Charlie Comiskey)

Players wanted a higher salary, so the temptation to fix the game for more money
Chicago White Sox
Jay Gatsby
Nick Carraway
Daisy Buchanan
Jordan Baker
Myrtle Wilson
Tom Buchanan
Jay Gatsby
Presented by:
Tony, Joey, Eunice, Isabel

Thank You!

George Wilson
Grey : Color of lifelessness
Color of innocence
& femininity
By F. Scott Fitzgerald
A competitive golfer
Daisy's friend
Serves the role of Nick's girlfriend.
Dishonest person.

Daisy's cousin
Gatsby's neighbor
From Minnesota
Honest & tolerant
Inclined to reserve judgment
Tom's wife

Gatsby's dream girl

Nick's cousin
From the valley of ashes
George's wife
Tom's mistress
Killed by Daisy during a car accident

- Ultimate central character
- 30 years old
- Starts out very calm, busy, and mysterious. And still humble.
- Extremely wealthy with involvement in organized crime, and illegal acts during prohibition
Myrtle's husband

Harding working and and a loyal husband

The book was published in 1925, it became Fitzgerald's most successful work, it is a story about a Midwestern war veteran finds himself drawn to the past and lifestyle of his millionaire neighbor Jay Gatsby.
Daisy's husband

Has an affair with Myrtle

Hypocrital and Arrogant
Hope and Dream


Cocktail music
Twin girls in yellow
Jordan Baker
The glasses of Eckleburge
Gatsby's Car
white neck
white girlhood
Gatsby's suit
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