The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby
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  • Setting: New York City (1920's)
  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • The Great Gatsby By: F. Scott Fitzgerald
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  • Rising Action
  • Nick Carroway has recently moved east. He visits his rich cousin Daisy, and her husband, Tom Buchanan, for dinner.
  • Rising Action
  • Nick struggles to retell the events of his life involving a man he admired named Gatsby.
  • Climax
  • During dinner, Nicks learns that Tom is having an affair. Later, Nick is dragged along to the mistress' apartament.
  • Falling Action/ Resolution
  • Nick lives next door to a mysterious man, Jack Gatsby, who he later learns has been in love with Daisy for years. With Nick's help, Gatsby and Daisy are reunited.
  • Daisy attempts to leave Tom for Gatsby. However, while Daisy drives home from the city, she runs over Myrtle, Tom's mistress
  • In the end, Gatsby takes responsibility, and it's shot by Myrtle's husband in revenge. Nick is heartbroken, and Daisy moves away as if nothing has happened.
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