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Jay Gatsby

Chapter 6 Great Gatsby Notes

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Chapter 6 1. After interpreting this comment, connect it to this quote from the introduction: ?What foul dust floated in the wake of his dream.? ?? I think the beginning of this question is missing. 2. Analyze the language in the paragraph beginning ?But his heart was in a constant, turbulent riot? and ending with ?fairy?s wing.? How does the language create a dreamlike world? Fitzgerald uses descriptive words such as ?moon soaked? and ?drowsiness? to add a lackadaisical effect to the writing. The reader observes every emotion of Gatsby?s character through these descriptions, making the language ?dreamlike? because it is so vivid. 3. Explain Gatsby?s attitude toward time.
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