Gatsby

Gatsby
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  • The Green Light
  • The Eyes Of TJ Eckelberg
  • Gatsby's House Parties
  • This symbol in the first chapter is the green light. It represents Gatsby's desire to reach a goal that seems impossible. It is important because the goal that is he is struggling with is how to get Daisy's attention, which he eventually achieves.
  • Gatsby's Yellow Car
  • This symbol in the second chapter is the Eyes of TJ Eckelberg. The eyes represent a god like figure that sees all. This is important because a lot of the events that occur are relatively close to the billboard and the eyes look tired of seeing all the negativity.
  • The Clock Gatsby Knocked Over
  • This symbol in the third chapter is Gatsby's House Parties. They represent Gatsby's time and effort to get Daisy back. It is important because Gatsby has been throwing these parties for five years, just to hope that she might show to at least one.
  • Dan Cody
  • The symbol in chapter 4 is the yellow car that Gatsby drives. This car is important because it is the same car that is involved in an accident in a later chapter.
  • The symbol in chapter 5 is the clock that Gatsby knocked over. It represents how Gatsby doesn't have a grasp on time.
  • The symbol in the sixth chapter is Dan Cody. Dan represents a father figure to Gatsby and it is important because Dan shapes how Gatsby acts now.
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