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Egg as food

Chapter 1 Great Gatsby Notes

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Chapter 1 Questions? ? 1. Examine the connotative language Fitzgerald uses to contrast West Egg? and East Egg.? ? In chapter 1, Fitzgerald calls both the east and west eggs ?unusual formations? of land,? however does differentiate, by naming the West Egg ?the less? fashionable between the two.? When Fitzgerald describes the East Egg, he? uses terms such as ?glittered,? in order to make clear to the reader that the? east egg holds more expensive and sophisticated homes. The narrator seems? mesmerized by the fact that both eggs are ?enormous? and ?identical in? contour.??? ? 2. Look at the paragraph about Tom Buchanan beginning with, ?He had? changed since....? Find and list ten words that contribute to the impact of? the last sentence.??
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