The Great Gatsby Storyboard
Chapter 1: This picture represents Gatsbys desires of what he has been longing for because of the green light that Gatsby was focused on.
This scene symbolizes Gatsby's desires and what he has been longing for because Gatsby seems to be so focused on the green light. This is important for the chapter because this is the only thing we know about Gatsby thus far and what he desires to get in the whole book.
This scene symbolizes when Nick went to New York with Tom and met his mistress for the first time and kept mentioning the eyes of Dr. T. J. Eckleburg. This is important for the chapter because the eyes reveal the social decay, such as Myrtle is basically only cheating on her husband because he is poor and Tom isn't.
This scene symbolizes when Nick and Jordan got invited to Gatsby's house party (who are at the top of the stairs) , where he had luxurious parties every night with rich people. This is important for the chapter because this is when Gatsby was first introduced to the other characters and it shows the greed of the upper class.
This scene symbolizes when Gatsby went to lunch with Gatsby and also talked to Jordan. This is important for the chapter because this is when Gatsby got acquainted with Nick and Jordan , so they can set up tea at Nick's house to invite Daisy, and Gatsby can see her after many years.
This scene symbolizes the first time Gatsby and Daisy meet each other in the novel, and they end up going to his house after tea at Nick's. This is important for the chapter because Gatsby's big house reveals emptiness, just like his and Daisy's love that he's been missing.
This scene symbolizes when Gatsby had a party at his house, where he invited Tom, Daisy, and Nick and started bragging about his parents and his yacht. This is important for the chapter because this is when Gatsby revealed his wealth and power, and when tensions rose between him and Tom.
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