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Great Gatsby

Why read Gatsby ? Simply put this novel is a prime candidate for the greatest american novel of the twentieth century. The characters, imagery, technology and uniquely view of the classes that existed in America before the Great Depression and American Ascendance makes this novel a must read for all students.


Reading Assignments and Chapters 
Basically you should be reading roughly one chapter every two nights and expecting to explore 1 to 2 chapters in each class.Readings are typically in advance of the lesson.




Chapter Party  App Date
1 Dinner 12/12
2 Apt 12/14
3 House Party I 12/16
4 Speakeasy 12/22
5 Tea Party 1/3
6 House Party 2 1/10
7 The Plaza 1/17
8  Party of 1 2/1
9  Funereal  2/3



The Party Chart

 Chapter Name  Register 
1 Dinner Party Nick, Daisy, Tom, Jordan, 
The Fifth Guest (ring, ring)

 2 Party in the Apt Nick, Tom, Myrtle, Catherine,
The McKees & The people of NY (Movie)


 3 Gatsby House Party Nick, Jordan, Mr. Mumbles, Owl-Eyes, Gatsby, The Butler (Herzog in the Movie), Mr. Chase (Movie) and a few hundred more
 4 Lunch at the Speak-Easy 

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