The Great Gatsby Storyboard

The Great Gatsby Storyboard

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  • The symbol of Chapter 1 is the Green Light which represents Gatsby's hopes for the future.
  • The symbol of Chapter 2 is the valley of ashes which represents moral and social decay from the uninhibited pursuit of wealth
  • The symbol of Chapter 3 is Gatsby's house which represents Gatsby's feelings and love for Daisy.
  • The Green Light is important for chapter 1 since it foreshadows what is going to happen to Gatsby, whether it being good or bad.
  • The symbol of chapter 4 is Gatsby's yellow car which represents destructive power and death.
  • The Valley Of Ashes is important for chapter 2 since it portrays the background of each main character including Gatsby, and shows the different personalities between the rich and the poor.
  • The symbol of chapter 5 is the clock which represents the time lost with Daisy and is now catching up with her.
  • *GAASSP*
  • OH MY!
  • Gatsby's house is important for chapter 3 because it portrays how Gatsby is feeling in terms of his emotions for Daisy.
  • The symbol of chapter 6 is the weather which represents the overall mood of each of the characters.
  • NO, SHE LOVES ME!!!!
  • Gatsby's yellow car is important for chapter 4 since it leads to many problems among the characters after the car had killed Myrtle.
  • The clock is important for chapter 5 because it sets the mood for the chapter as Gatsby and Daisy feel awkward after not seeing each other for a long time.
  • The weather is important for chapter 6 because it makes tensions grow between Gatsby and Tom as they argue over Daisy.
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