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The Great Gatsby
An American novelist and short story w…
During this era, the American economy…
F. Scott Fitzgerald's most well-known…
Setting of the Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Jazz Age
The Great Gatsby
Summer of 1922 on Long Island and New York City
An American novelist and short story w…
F. Scott Fitzgerald
During this era, the American economy…
Jazz Age
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Great Gatsby
Dr. TJ Eckleburg's eyes symbolize...
Clock/time in chapter 5 symbolize...
Green Light symbolizes...
Ash Heaps symbolize...
eyes of God; all knowing; all-seeing
time stopping for Daisy and Gatsby
Gatsby's envy of Tom and Daisy; Gatsby's love for Daisy
the poor; poverty; Industrialization of America
Dr. TJ Eckleburg's eyes symbolize...
eyes of God; all knowing; all-seeing
Clock/time in chapter 5 symbolize...
time stopping for Daisy and Gatsby
33 terms
The Great Gatsby
The author of the book
Who is the narrator?
Point of view of the story
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Nick Carraway
1st Person
He says Gatsby had an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic…
The author of the book
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Who is the narrator?
Nick Carraway
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Great Gatsby
Where did Nick graduate from ?
When did Nick come to West Egg?
Why did he move to West Egg ?
Where are the twin villages of East Eg…
Yale
In summer of 1922
To get into bond business
Twenty miles from the New York city
Where did Nick graduate from ?
Yale
When did Nick come to West Egg?
In summer of 1922
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The Great Gatsby
Mr. Gatsby
wealthy
millionaire
enormous
Mr. Gatsby
wealthy
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The Great Gatsby
Permeate (v.)
Incessant (adj.)
Vehemently (adv.)
Vitality (n.)
to fill up, seep into; to saturate
never-ending; ceaseless
strongly passionate or emotional; often with anger
liveliness; energy (physical and/or mental)
Permeate (v.)
to fill up, seep into; to saturate
Incessant (adj.)
never-ending; ceaseless
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The Great Gatsby
An American novelist and short story w…
During this era, the American economy…
F. Scott Fitzgerald's most well-known…
Setting of the Great Gatsby
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Jazz Age
The Great Gatsby
Summer of 1922 on Long Island and New York City
An American novelist and short story w…
F. Scott Fitzgerald
During this era, the American economy…
Jazz Age
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The Great Gatsby
Bond
Privy
Tolerance
Bootlegger
is a debt investment in which an investor loans money to an e…
sharing in the knowledge of (something secret or private).
the ability or willingness to deal with something, or be okay…
to carry (alcoholic liquor) on one's person illegally b : to…
Bond
is a debt investment in which an investor loans money to an e…
Privy
sharing in the knowledge of (something secret or private).
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The Great Gatsby
Autumn
Punctilious
Proprietor
Insignia
A time of full maturity ... Chapter 1
when an individual is really attentive and pays attention to…
landowner or an owner of a business establishment ... Chapter 4
A noticeable sign or badge of either in office, in a membersh…
Autumn
A time of full maturity ... Chapter 1
Punctilious
when an individual is really attentive and pays attention to…
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The Great Gatsby
Jay Gatsby
Nick Carraway
Daisy Buchanan
Tom Buchanan
Tragic hero who is shot in the pool waiting for Daisy
Our Narrator; a bondsman; neighbor to Gatsby
Tom's wife; Nick's cousin; Gatsby's lover
Daisy's husband; a hulking brute of a man
Jay Gatsby
Tragic hero who is shot in the pool waiting for Daisy
Nick Carraway
Our Narrator; a bondsman; neighbor to Gatsby
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The Great Gatsby
banns
deft
extemporizing
fractiousness
public announcement of intention to marry
dexterous, skillful
speaking on the spur of the moment without preparation
quarrelsomeness
banns
public announcement of intention to marry
deft
dexterous, skillful
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the great Gatsby
Growth
Thrive
Wealthy
Birthdate
growth... NOUN... 1.the process of increasing in physical…
.... [THrīv]... VERB... 1.(of a child, animal, or plant) gr…
[ˈwelTHē]... ADJECTIVE... 1.having a great deal of money,…
ˈbərTHdāt]... NOUN... 1.the date on which a person was bor…
Growth
growth... NOUN... 1.the process of increasing in physical…
Thrive
.... [THrīv]... VERB... 1.(of a child, animal, or plant) gr…
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The Great Gatsby
Nick Carraway
Tom Buchanan
Daisy Fay Buchanan
Jay Gatsby
The narrator and moral arbiter of The Great Gatsby
represents the brutality and moral carelessness of he establi…
Nick's distant cousin and Tom's wife. She is the "Golden Girl…
Both a racketeer and a romantic idealist, he devotes his life…
Nick Carraway
The narrator and moral arbiter of The Great Gatsby
Tom Buchanan
represents the brutality and moral carelessness of he establi…
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The Great Gatsby
judgments
snobbishly
gorgeous
restless
the demonstration or exercise of such ability or capacity:
of, relating to, or characteristic of a snob :... snobbish ideas…
Informal. extremely good, enjoyable, or pleasant:... I had a gor…
unceasingly active; averse to quiet or inaction, as persons:…
judgments
the demonstration or exercise of such ability or capacity:
snobbishly
of, relating to, or characteristic of a snob :... snobbish ideas…
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Great Gatsby
transcendent
incessant
credulity
cynical
beyond or above the range of normal or merely physical human…
of something regarded as unpleasant) continuing without pause…
a tendency to be too ready to believe that something is real…
believing that people are motivated by self-interest; distrus…
transcendent
beyond or above the range of normal or merely physical human…
incessant
of something regarded as unpleasant) continuing without pause…
12 terms
Great Gatsby
supercilious
fractiousness
conscientious
imperceptibly
giving people the feeling that one is better than they are
quality of being easily irritated, or having a bad temper
showing great care or seriousness of purpose
hardly noticeable
supercilious
giving people the feeling that one is better than they are
fractiousness
quality of being easily irritated, or having a bad temper
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The Great Gatsby
cataract
vacuous
provincial
sinuous
A large waterfall... Clouding of the eye's lens; often congenita…
EMPTY; VOID; LACKING INTELLIGENCE; PURPOSELESS
(adj.) pertaining to an outlying area; local; narrow in mind…
(adj.) winding, having many curves; lithe and flexible
cataract
A large waterfall... Clouding of the eye's lens; often congenita…
vacuous
EMPTY; VOID; LACKING INTELLIGENCE; PURPOSELESS
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Great Gatsby 2
mile
desolate
ridge
transcendent
1,609 meter
verlaten
bergrug
bovenaards
mile
1,609 meter
desolate
verlaten
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Great Gatsby
Sportswoman
Nick's mysterious neighbor
Myrtle's husband
Nick's old college classmate
Jordan Baker
Jay Gatsby
George Wilson
Tom
Sportswoman
Jordan Baker
Nick's mysterious neighbor
Jay Gatsby
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The Great Gatsby
내가 나이어리고 마음이 더 여렸을때... 아버지가 몇가지 충고를 하셨다.…
결과적으로, 나는 모든 판단을 보류하는 경향이 있었다.
그런나도 한계는 있었다.
그때는 우리모두 술을 너무 많이 마셨다.
In my younger and more vulnerable years,... my father gave me so…
As a consequence, I'm inclined to reserve all judgments.... rese…
But even I have a limit.
Back then, all of us drank too much.
내가 나이어리고 마음이 더 여렸을때... 아버지가 몇가지 충고를 하셨다.…
In my younger and more vulnerable years,... my father gave me so…
결과적으로, 나는 모든 판단을 보류하는 경향이 있었다.
As a consequence, I'm inclined to reserve all judgments.... rese…
102 terms
great gatsby 1
In consequence
veteran
privy
(a) confidence
vervolgens
veteraan
bevoorrecht
vertrouweling
In consequence
vervolgens
veteran
veteraan
33 terms
The Great Gatsby
The author of the book
Who is the narrator?
Point of view of the story
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Nick Carraway
1st Person
He says Gatsby had an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic…
The author of the book
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Who is the narrator?
Nick Carraway
33 terms
The Great Gatsby
The author of the book
Who is the narrator?
Point of view of the story
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Nick Carraway
1st Person
He says Gatsby had an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic…
The author of the book
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Who is the narrator?
Nick Carraway
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The Great Gatsby
The author of the book
Who is the narrator?
Point of view of the story
How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Nick Carraway
1st Person
He says Gatsby had an extraordinary gift for hope, a romantic…
The author of the book
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Who is the narrator?
Nick Carraway
20 terms
the Great Gatsby
vulnerable
criticize
advantage
communicative
Susceptible
denounce... synonyms: find fault with, censure, denounce, conde…
benefit... synonyms: benefit, profit, gain, good; informalmilea…
ready to talk or impart information... synonyms: forthcoming,…
vulnerable
Susceptible
criticize
denounce... synonyms: find fault with, censure, denounce, conde…
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Great Gatsby 3
plane
cataract
omnibus
scamper
vlak
waterval
omnibus
racen
plane
vlak
cataract
waterval
SL Great Gatsby
feign
colossal
fractiousness
languidly
To fake
huge
the trait of being prone to disobedience and lack of discipli…
Lazily
feign
To fake
colossal
huge
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Great Gatsby Character Study
Narrator of the story
Millionaire who is in love with Daisy
Daisy's husband
Girlfriend to Tom Buchanan and wife of…
Nick Caraway
Jay Gatsby
Tom Buchanan
Myrtle Wilson
Narrator of the story
Nick Caraway
Millionaire who is in love with Daisy
Jay Gatsby
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The Great Gatsby
vulnerable
reserved
opulent
supercilious
At risk to physical or emotional attack or harm.(persuasion,…
Slow to reveal emotion or opinions ... Synonyms: private; quiet…
Having or displaying wealth or richness. ... Synonyms: luxuriou…
Behaving as one who thinks that they are superior to others…
vulnerable
At risk to physical or emotional attack or harm.(persuasion,…
reserved
Slow to reveal emotion or opinions ... Synonyms: private; quiet…
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The Great Gatsby symbolism
the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckelburg
the mantle clock
the pile of shirts
New York City
God's judgment
an awkward attempt to return to the past
extravagance; excessive wealth
adventure and anonymity
the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckelburg
God's judgment
the mantle clock
an awkward attempt to return to the past
The Great Gatsby Vocab 1
Privy
Temperament
Wistful
Supercilious
informed about something secret
Usual mood
showing longing or unfulfilled desire
showing arrogant disdain of those one views as untrustworthy
Privy
informed about something secret
Temperament
Usual mood
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The Great Gatsby
aesthetic
benediction
caravansary
commensurate
(philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful
a ceremonial prayer invoking divine protection
an inn in some Eastern countries with a large courtyard that…
corresponding in size or degree or extent
aesthetic
(philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful
benediction
a ceremonial prayer invoking divine protection
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The Great Gatsby Chp. 4
hospitality
punctilious
proprietor
retribution
kindness in welcoming guests or strangers... "It was refreshing…
marked by precise accordance with details ... "He is a very ___…
someone who owns a business or a property... "She is the ______…
act of taking revenge... "If you pull a prank on someone, expec…
hospitality
kindness in welcoming guests or strangers... "It was refreshing…
punctilious
marked by precise accordance with details ... "He is a very ___…
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The Great Gatsby symbolism
the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckelburg
the mantle clock
the pile of shirts
New York City
God's judgment
an awkward attempt to return to the past
extravagance; excessive wealth
adventure and anonymity
the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckelburg
God's judgment
the mantle clock
an awkward attempt to return to the past
9 terms
The Great Gatsby symbolism
the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckelburg
the mantle clock
the pile of shirts
New York City
God's judgment
an awkward attempt to return to the past
extravagance; excessive wealth
adventure and anonymity
the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckelburg
God's judgment
the mantle clock
an awkward attempt to return to the past
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chp. 7
truculent
clamorous
magnanimous
rancor
defiantly aggressive ... "The fans were upset by the championsh…
super loud and obnoxiously crying out... "I needed ear plugs wh…
generous and understanding and tolerant ... "He gave a ________…
a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will ... "In the end…
truculent
defiantly aggressive ... "The fans were upset by the championsh…
clamorous
super loud and obnoxiously crying out... "I needed ear plugs wh…
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4-2 Great Gatsby
strident
contiguous
hauteur
permeate
harsh sounding
adjacent or next to
arrogance
to spread through a substance
strident
harsh sounding
contiguous
adjacent or next to
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The Great Gatsby Chp. 3
console
ravage
garnish
gaudy
to try to make someone feel less sadness or disappointment... "…
to damage or harm (something) very badly... "Hurricane Andrew _…
a decoration or embellishment, often used with food... "I _____…
something that's gaudy is showy, bright and definitely tacky…
console
to try to make someone feel less sadness or disappointment... "…
ravage
to damage or harm (something) very badly... "Hurricane Andrew _…
50 terms
The Great Gatsby
1925
A notorious underworld figure involved…
A boarder who lives in Gatsby's house
Yale
When was The Great Gatsby published?
Who is Meyer Wolfsheim?
Who is Ewing Klipspringer?
Where did Nick Carraway attend school?
1925
When was The Great Gatsby published?
A notorious underworld figure involved…
Who is Meyer Wolfsheim?
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chp. 2
apathetic
discreet
immoderate
languid
marked by a lack of interest ... "He was feeling ______ about d…
unobtrusive, understated, subdued, restrained ... "She was very…
beyond reasonable limits; overboard; excessive... "___________…
lacking spirit or liveliness; weak or faint... "He was in a ___…
apathetic
marked by a lack of interest ... "He was feeling ______ about d…
discreet
unobtrusive, understated, subdued, restrained ... "She was very…
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chp. 8
incessantly
redolent
ravenous
unscrupulous
an action that continues or repeats without interruption... "Th…
causing thoughts or memories of something; making a strong im…
extremely hungry ... extremely hungry... "He was so _______ after…
someone who behaves in a dishonest or unethical way; without…
incessantly
an action that continues or repeats without interruption... "Th…
redolent
causing thoughts or memories of something; making a strong im…
61 terms
The Great Gatsby
Jay Gatsby
Nick Carraway
Daisy Buchanan
Tom Buchanan
the main character (protagonist), in love with Daisy
the narrator and true friend of Gatsby
Nick's cousin, Gatsby's love, and Tom's wife (a woman whose i…
Daisy's husband, has an affair with Myrtle, has prejudiced be…
Jay Gatsby
the main character (protagonist), in love with Daisy
Nick Carraway
the narrator and true friend of Gatsby
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chp. 2
apathetic (adj)
discreet (adj)
immoderate (adj)
languid (adj)
marked by a lack of interest ... "He was feeling ______ about d…
unobtrusive, understated, subdued, restrained ... "She was very…
beyond reasonable limits; overboard; excessive... "___________…
lacking spirit or liveliness; weak or faint... "He was in a ___…
apathetic (adj)
marked by a lack of interest ... "He was feeling ______ about d…
discreet (adj)
unobtrusive, understated, subdued, restrained ... "She was very…
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The Great Gatsby Vocab #1
Inclined
Levity
Prominent
Conviction
feel willing or favorably disposed toward something (an actio…
humor or frivolity, especially the treatment of a serious mat…
important; famous
a formal declaration that someone is guilty of a criminal off…
Inclined
feel willing or favorably disposed toward something (an actio…
Levity
humor or frivolity, especially the treatment of a serious mat…
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 1
complacent
conscientious
contemptuous
feign
adj. happy with your own abilities, strengths, situation in l…
adj. hard-working; careful
adj. showing or expressing disdain; scornful
v. to pretend, to make up; invent
complacent
adj. happy with your own abilities, strengths, situation in l…
conscientious
adj. hard-working; careful
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The Great Gatsby Chp. 1
reserved (adj)
privy (adj)
feign (v)
levity (n)
marked by self-restraint and reticence; quiet; private... "He d…
informed about something secret or not generally known ... "Not…
pretend to be affected by (a feeling, state, or injury).... "Sh…
a manner lacking seriousness ... "Trying to provide the ______…
reserved (adj)
marked by self-restraint and reticence; quiet; private... "He d…
privy (adj)
informed about something secret or not generally known ... "Not…
67 terms
The Great Gatsby 5
moth
raft
cataract
scamper
나방
뗏목
(문예체) (크고 가파른) 폭포
날쌔게 움직이다
moth
나방
raft
뗏목
91 terms
The Great Gatsby
How does Nick describe himself at the…
How does Nick describe Tom Buchanan?
Who is Jordan Baker?
What is Gatsby doing when Nick first s…
Nick begins the story by telling us that he does not pass jud…
Nick describes Tom as enormously wealthy, violent, forceful,…
Jordan is described as the "balancing girl" - the girl Nick o…
Gatsby's reaching out towards something, staring at a green l…
How does Nick describe himself at the…
Nick begins the story by telling us that he does not pass jud…
How does Nick describe Tom Buchanan?
Nick describes Tom as enormously wealthy, violent, forceful,…
13 terms
The Great Gatsby Character List
Nick Carraway
Daisy Buchanan
Jordan Baker
George Wilson
Bondsman... From the Midwest... Yale graduate... World War I Veteran... L…
Attractive but shallow young woman... Nick's Cousin... Mother of Pa…
Daisy's Friend... Professional Golfer... Slightly Shady Reputation
Mechanic... Owns a Car Repair Shop... Kills Gatsby... Commits suicide
Nick Carraway
Bondsman... From the Midwest... Yale graduate... World War I Veteran... L…
Daisy Buchanan
Attractive but shallow young woman... Nick's Cousin... Mother of Pa…
10 terms
The Great Gatsby Chapter 9
pasquinade
derange
surmise
superfluous
a satire or lampoon, esp. one posted in a public place
to disturb the condition, action, or function of; to make ins…
to think or infer without certain or strong evidence; conject…
being more than is sufficient or required; excessive;... unneces…
pasquinade
a satire or lampoon, esp. one posted in a public place
derange
to disturb the condition, action, or function of; to make ins…
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