How is the scene in the hotel room in chapter 7 similar to the scene in chapter 2? The scene in chapter 2 is similar to the scene that happen in chapter 7 at the hotel room because… In chapter two when Tom and Myrtle get to the apartment they forget their real lives and […]

Explore on way that Fitzgerald presents ‘Illusion’ in this chapter. Use evidence to support your idea. Illusion is shown throughout different ways in chapter two and one of them is that Myrtle changes her dress before the party begins. This is because Myrtle is a lower class person who tries to look like an upper class […]

“It had gone beyond her, beyond everything. He had thrown himself into it with a creative passion, adding to it all the time, decking it out with every bright feather that drifted his way. No amount of fire or freshness can challenge what a man will store up in his ghostly heart.” ~ Nick, Pg. […]

How does Fitzgerald paint Nick as a narrator? What quality is he given? 2 language features used to support answer. Fitzgerald paints Nick as a very composed, thoughtful man that doesn’t make any hasty decisions or statements. He is a very controlled man that doesn’t like to judge people from what he first see’s. Although […]

Fitzgerald mentions all the names because he is trying to tell us about the type of people that come to Gatsby party. Most of which are very rich and have a very small interest in Gatsby and are just there to socialize. Most of the names listed are described as very self centered people, this […]

Research David Belasco (1899-1959) – David was born in San Francisco on July 25th 1853 – He worked as Thearetical producer/ Director – David live for 78 years – He died on My 14th 1931 – He had two daughters with Cecilia Loverich whom he was married to for over fifty years

What was the advice given to Nick by his father? How, do you suppose, this makes him a good person to tell this story? The advice given to Nick by his father was “Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone, just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.” […]