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INTRODUCTION TO THE CHARACTERS IN THE GREAT GATSBY Prepared by Pamela J. Fuller Capital High School 16 June 1999
Nick Carraway Narrator Daisy’s cousin Gatsby’s next door neighbor Bonds salesman Judge of morals in the novel
Daisy Fay Buchanan Tom’s wife The ultimate “Golden Girl” Gatsby’s ideal love Disillusioned
Jordan Baker Daisy’s longtime friend Nick’s sometime girlfriend Golfer Compulsive liar
Tom Buchanan Daisy’s husband; Myrtle’s lover Represents the inherited, established rich A sportsman, especially polo Brutal and morally careless
Jay Gatsby Racketeer and bootlegger Idealist New Wealth Lover of Daisy
George Wilson Owner of garage in “Valley of Ashes” Myrtle’s husband Naïve, meek Colorless
Myrtle Wilson George Wilson’s wife Tom’s mistress Coarse, earthy Obsessed with appearances and wealth
Meyer Wolfsheim Gatsby’s business associate Jewish racketeer and gambler “Fixes” World Series
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. “ Then wear the gold hat if that will move her: If you can bounce high, bounce for her too, Till she cry, “ Lover,
Characters of The Great Gatsby Main CharactersMain Characters –Jay Gatsby- The self-made wealthy man who lives next door to Nick Carraway and loves Daisy.
Characters in The Great Gatsby. Nick Carraway Narrator Midwesterner Ivy League WWI vet Living in NY.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The Characters.
The Great Gatsby Characters Madison Steinbrenner 9 th Grade English.
Nick Carraway Nick is a 29 year old male who is from a wealthy family in the Midwest. Nick was educated in New Haven and he served in World War 1. During.
Daisy Buchanan Age: 23 Occupation: Housewife Residency: East Egg Relationships: Toms wife, Nicks cousin, having an affair with Jay Gatsby. Back Daisy.
Great Gatsby Character Descriptions Nick CarrawayOwl Eyes Nick CarrawayOwl Eyes Jay GatsbyKlipspringer Jay GatsbyKlipspringer Daisy Buchanan Daisy Buchanan.
The Gatsby Tragedy Character Profiling Anthony Martin.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby By Natalie Scofield.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald Born-September 24, 1896 Born-September 24, 1896 Died-December 21, 1940 Died-December 21, 1940.
Born-September 24, 1896 Died-December 21, 1940 Married Zelda Sayre Famous works include The Great Gatsby And Winter Dreams, which well also read.
CHARACTER LIST. Nick Carraway: The narrator of The Great Gatsby. Nick represents the middle class. He is Daisy Buchanan’s second cousin.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. About the Author Born-September 24, 1896 Born-September 24, 1896 Died-December 21, 1940 Died-December 21, 1940.
F. Scott Fitzgerald. Setting: Summer of 1922 on Long Island and in New York City Point of view: First and Third person Narrator: Nick Carraway
The Great Gatsby Characters. Nick Carraway narrator of the book honest and tolerant Daisy Buchanan’s cousin born in Minnesota served in WWI.
F. Scott Fitzgeralds The Great Gatsby About the Author Born-September 24, 1896 Born-September 24, 1896 Died-December 21, 1940 Died-December 21, 1940.
The Great Gatsby Jeopardy American Literature. Categories Characters Plot 1 Plot 2 Symbols Quotes
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Historical Context: Welcome to the Jazz Age Knowing the time helps understand The Great Gatsby. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s.
Review. Know the following characters (and their relationships with one another), symbols, and themes: Jay Gatsby Nick Carraway Daisy Buchanan Tom Buchanan.
Basic background information Age-30 Education and/or military service – Yale, U.S. Army Occupation- Bond Salesman Residency or residencies –
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby Understanding the times helps to understand the novel.
About the Author F. Scott Fitzgerald Born-September 24, 1896 Died-December 21, 1940 Married Zelda Sayre Famous works include The Great Gatsby The Beautiful.
The Great Gatsby Exam Review Trujillo English III.
“CATCH- PHRASE!” …(or something like it) A review exercise of: THE GREAT GATSBY.
F. Scott Fitzgerald and The Great Gatsby. F. Scott Fitzgerald Born in St. Paul, MN- Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald Born in St. Paul, MN- Francis.
F. Scott Fitzgerald Born in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1896, Fitzgerald became the spokes person for the “Lost Generation” of the 1920s. Highly educated in.
The Great Gatsby Chapter: 2. How does Nick meet Tom’s mistress? Tom meets Nick on a train to New York, and while the train is stopped at a crossing, he.
Daisy Buchanan Fell in love with Gatsby during the war but married Tom Buchanan for his wealth and power. Daisy loves living the life of a pampered socialite.
Symbolism in Literature Sometimes, there’s more to literature than meets the eye…. – Characters – Items – Colors – Names.
Characters 100 WHICH CHARACTER FIXED THE 1919 WORLD SERIES? Answer.
F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby. Scott Fitzgerald’s Impact on Society Fitzgerald named the 1920’s “The Jazz Age” Wrote The Great Gatsby which.
10/17/14 Do Now: -Take out your homework -Take out your character map packet Homework: Study for the quiz Monday. (Vocab and chapters 4-6) Dialectical.
Jeopardy The Great Gatsby Categories Daisy & Tom Plot - Theme - Setting Narrator - Nick Other Characters Gatsby.
+ THE GREAT GATSBY QUIZ Let’s see if you’ve been paying attention…
The Great Gatsby Players and Places. Meet the narrator, Nick Carroway A Minnesota native, he is imbued with Midwestern values and relocates to the New.
Unit 2 – Gatsby, Gin, Guns, Greed, & Gangsters Writers: Kendrick Lamar, John Cheever, Nas, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Zelda Fitzgerald Texts: “The Swimmer”,
The Great Gatsby Test Review. Who’s Who This person believed in getting back the past. They believed in the green light. They threw large parties.
THE GREAT GATSBY F. SCOTT FITZGERALD BY: Your Name Your Class.
The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald Intro Notes.
Disillusion, Defiance and Discontent Use your notes to find the answers for discussion.
Ms. Smith’s Soundtrack for The Great Gatsby Music Mayhem.
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby “I want to write something new--something extraordinary and beautiful and simple + intricately patterned.” --Fitzgerald.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald and the Jazz Age In his 1931 essay "Echoes of the Jazz Age," Fitzgerald wrote, "It was an age of miracles,
Ms Smith Mrs Hernandez. THE GREAT GATSBY Define the following: 1) The Roaring 20s – 2) Jazz - 3) Flappers - 4) Prohibition – 5) Gangsters – THINK ABOUT.
THE GREAT GATSBY Final Exam Review. The Great Gatsby Jeopardy Rhetorical Devices I Rhetorical Devices II CharactersPlot EventsSurprise
F. Scott Fitzgerald and The Great Gatsby 1) Middle class Minnesota family 2) Grandfather self-made man 3) Failed out of Princeton 4) Enlisted in Army.
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