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This chapter summarizes the material students need to know about the content of The Great Gatsby for a standard American literature course. Topics covered include:
- An analysis of the main characters and symbols present in The Great Gatsby
- Overview of major events of the story
- Summaries and breakdowns of significant action and themes of each chapter (1-9) in the novel
- Significant quotes from the novel
1. The Great Gatsby: Summary, Themes, Symbols, and Character
F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby' is considered by many critics to be the greatest American novel. Watch our video lesson on the novel to find out why!
2. Most Important Events in The Great Gatsby
This lesson examines the most important events in ''The Great Gatsby'' by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald's novel focuses on Jay Gatsby, a man who uses his enormous wealth to reunite with Daisy, his long-lost love.
3. The Great Gatsby Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis
In this lesson, we explore the events of the first chapter of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 masterpiece 'The Great Gatsby' and examine some of the important themes introduced in the chapter.
4. The Great Gatsby Chapter 2 Summary
In this lesson we explore the second chapter of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 classic, The Great Gatsby, and analyze what the chapter tells us about the characters and 1920s society.
5. The Great Gatsby Chapter 3 Summary
In this lesson we'll summarize chapter 3 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 classic work of American literature, ''The Great Gatsby'', and provide analysis of the chapter's key points.
6. The Great Gatsby Chapter 4 Summary
In this lesson we summarize Chapter 4 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic of American literature, ''The Great Gatsby,'' and provide analysis of some key plot points.
7. The Great Gatsby Chapter 5 Summary
In this lesson we'll summarize and explore Chapter 5 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic American novel ''The Great Gatsby'' and provide an analysis of some key plot points.
8. The Great Gatsby Chapter 6 Summary
In this lesson, we explore Chapter 6 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's American classic, ''The Great Gatsby'', providing a summary and some analysis of the key plot points.
9. The Great Gatsby Chapter 7 Summary
In this lesson we explore Chapter 7 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1925 classic of American literature, ''The Great Gatsby'', and provide a summary and analysis of its key plot points.
10. The Great Gatsby Chapter 8 Summary
In this lesson we explore Chapter 8 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic of American literature, ''The Great Gatsby'', providing a summary of the chapter and analysis of some key plot points.
11. The Great Gatsby Chapter 9 Summary
How does ''The Great Gatsby'' end? What happens to all those rich people? This lesson provides an overview of the ninth and final chapter of F. Scott Fitzgerald's ''The Great Gatsby.'' It will answer these questions and more.
12. The Great Gatsby: Key Quotations
The Great Gatsby is a classic novel, published in 1925, that examines the prominent social issues of 1920s America. This lesson will take a closer look at several significant quotations from the book, and will end with a short quiz to test what you have learned.
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