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Anticipation Guide The Great Gatsby
Question 1 If you were an author, what color(s) would you incorporate in a passage when trying to convey a feeling of freshness and possibly sterility (cold; barren)?
Question 2 What are three specific shades that convey wealth and luxury? What are three specific shades that convey wealth and luxury?
Question 3 What would you associate with the word “buoy”? (float moored in the ocean)
Question 4 What three adjectives would you associate with the actual image of a wedding cake, not the sentiments attached to it?
Question 5 What’s a great Gatsby? Describe.
Question 6 What does it mean to scorn someone because they represent everything you hate, but yet you forgive them?
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Personal Mandalas The word “mandala” originates from the Sanskrit word for circle.
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