The Great Gatsby: Storybord
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Ch. 1) The Green Light
Ch. 2) Eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleberg
Ch. 3) Gatsby's House Parties
The green light represents Gatsby's hopes and dreams in his life. The green light is important because Gatsby has high hopes for the rest of the book and he wants to fulfill them.
Ch. 4) Gatsby's Yellow Car
The eyes represent how somebody is always watching Gatsby and his next move. The eyes are important because Gatsby is cautious on what decisions he makes, thinking if it will affect him in the future.
Ch. 5) The Clock Gatsby Broke
Gatsby's house parties represent how wealthy he is and no one knowing where he gets his money from. His house parties are important because he continuously throws them so he can get Daisy to go after not seeing her for five years.
Ch. 6) Dan Cody's Yacht
Gatsby's bright yellow car represents death at one point because Daisy did murder Mrs.Wilson in Gatsby's car. Gatsby's yellow car's important because yellow is supposed to be a bright, lively color, but is the color car that killed Mrs.Wilson.
The clock represents how Gatsby was so nervous when Daisy came to Nick's for some tea. Gatsby knocked down the clock due to his nervousness. The broken clock is important because it displays really how Gatsby really feels about Daisy.
The yacht owned by millionaire Dan Cody represents how Gatsby wanted to live his life and his hopes of being there one day. Dan Cody's yacht is important because growing up, Gatsby was nowhere close to being wealthy, but suddenly becomes wealthy.
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