The Great Gatsby Project

The Great Gatsby Project

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  • Chapter 1: The Greenlight
  • Chapter 2: The eyes of Doctor T.J. Eckleburg
  • Chapter 3: Gatsby's House
  • The green light represents Gatsby's hopes and dreams .This is a highlight of the story because its something that Gatsby is trying to reach.
  • Chapter 4 :The Weather
  • The eyes of Doctor T.J. Eckleburg are a symbol of not getting away with anything, and knowing everyone's secrets, its a resemblance of God.  Doctor T.J. Eckleburg knows what everyone is doing and no one can get away from that.
  • Chapter 5: The Clock 
  • Gatsby's house represents him, the state that the house may be in its a reflection of how he's feeling at that moment. Gatsby's house is an important element in the story because there are many important things have happened there.
  • Chapter 6: Alcohol
  • The weather in the novel represents Gatsby's emotions and how he's feeling. The weather is important to the story because  in each scene of the story it shows what the weather is like and everytime the weather is in a certain way its how Gatsby is feeling at the moment.
  • The clock in the novel represents time that Gatsby can't or wasn't able to grasp on to. Time is an important element in the novel because in a part of the book Gatsby can't have a good grip on the clock and fumbles it in his hands, Gatsby has a hard time managing his time with Daisy.
  • Alcohol was something that Gatsby didn't do because he wouldn't be able to know what he did while drunk. Gatsby liked the feeling of being sane and stable so alcohol wasn't something that he would do.
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