the great gatsby

the great gatsby

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  • Chapter one: The Green Light 
  • Chapter two: The eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleberg
  • Chapter three: Gatsby's House Parties 
  • The Green Light represents the hopes and dreams that Gatsby holds onto.  Its important because it symbolizes what Gatsbys intention are. 
  • Chapter four: Gatsby's yellow car 
  • The eyes represent a God like figure looking over the valley of ashes. The eyes are important because its this form that knows all and sees all that happens in this story. 
  • Chapter six: Dan Cody 
  • Gatsby's house parties represents his wealth. It's important because he was a mystery man on how he got all his money no one knew the real reason why. 
  • Chapter seven: myrtle
  • Gatsby's yellow car represents his wealth. It's important because his yellow car shows that he has the money and power to be spending.
  • Dan Cody represents who Gatsby is and what shaped his character. Dan Cody is important in this chapter because is tells where Gatsby got his personality from and raised him to be the business man he is. 
  • Myrtle represents the affair and damage. She is important because in this chapter her death cause a lot of who Daisy is as a person and the real love Gatsby has for Daisy. 
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