Great Gatsby. Chapter VII

Great Gatsby. Chapter VII

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  • Gatsby's home
  • The Buchanan's home
  • Wilson's gas station
  • Gatsby replaced all his housekeepers to avoid them gossiping with Daisy. this represents the theme of CLASS because he is able to replace all his housekeepers.
  • The Buchanan's home
  • Tom, Daisy, Jordan, Nick, and Gatsby meet together and talk about what is going on. This represents the theme of CLASS because of where they meet because it is very fancy.
  • Outside Tom's Home
  • Tom, and Wilson talk about how nice the car is. the represents CLASS because Tom shows off how nice and expensive the car is and how he supposedly bought it.
  • The Crash
  • Tom and Gatsby argue about Daisy, Gatsby compares Tom to himself . This represents The roaring twenties.
  • Tom mentions Gatsby is a bootlegger . this represents the roaring twenties because of the bootlegger during that time.
  • As Gatsby and Daisy drive Daisy kills Myrtle in Gatsby's car. This represents The American Dream.
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