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Great Gatsby scavenger hunt
Transcript of Great Gatsby scavenger hunt
List the major influences on his life and writing.
World War I
list three major innovations that came out of the WWI experience.
World War I
List the dominant postwar American attitudes and the major movements of the 1920's
F. Scott Fitzgerald
the main on his life and writing was the way he grew up and his wife and the things he learned while he was with here.
Manufacturing grew more than 60%, total national product grew 5% a year ,Industrial output per worker grew 33%
Destruction of Europe economies during World War I it left the U.S. as the only major industrial nation
What right did women gain from the passage of the 19th Amendment?
The right to vote
The Roaring Twenties
List three major events that occurred in 1922
1922 was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar dominion letter A, the 1922 nd year of the Common Era and Anno Domini designations, the 922nd year of the 2nd millennium, the 22nd year of the 20th century,
What is a Speakeasy?
an illegal bar
why do you think Speakeasies popped up
across the country?
to obtain and sell alcohol
Organized Crime and Arnold Rothstein
what are the essential elements of being a true flapper?
pretty, skinny, young, and fearless
Does she fit the "Flapper" profile as proposed by the author of "Flapper Jane"? Why or why not?
yes because she is pretty, skinny, young, and fearless
Why were cars considered "the most important catalyst for social change in the 1920's"?
Yes because now women weren't stuck in there houses they could go places families could take trips together and teen boys and girls could get to where they were going.