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Explain the following allusions within The Great Gatsby. First, explain their literal meaning. Then, explain what their

Explain the following allusions within The Great Gatsby. First, explain their literal meaning. Then, explain what their inclusion adds to your understanding of the text. (The Rise of the Coloured Empires)  Describe Gatsby’s wealth. List some of the things that represent wealth. What kind of people come to Gatsby’s parties? Why did Nick Carraway go …

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Examine the following symbols in The Great Gatsby. Describe the significance of each symbol. Some of the symbols are

Examine the following symbols in The Great Gatsby. Describe the significance of each symbol. Some of the symbols are characters and some of them are actions. Think about all of them in the following way: what is the meaning/function of this symbol? Gatsby’s uncut books / Nick’s unread books Wolfsheim’s cufflinks Gatsby’s Tom pushing people …

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Notice how many times Fitzgerald uses the words hope, or dream. Why does he do this? Nick starts the novel by relaying

Notice how many times Fitzgerald uses the words hope, or dream. Why does he do this?  Nick starts the novel by relaying his father’s advice “Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone, just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.” List Nick’s advantages. Does he reserve judgment in …

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