Wednesday, March 1, 2017

comment for grade boost

Dear grade-hungry AP students:

If you're within the sound of this blog, comment with an insight regarding Gatsby and one of today's essay prompts by the time class begins and get a grade boost on today's essay.


13 comments:

  1. UGH and UUUUGGGGGHHHHH (does that count as an insight?)

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  2. Well... I'm not ready for this.

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  3. The 3rd essay topic is my favorite one-ish. Fitzgerald's characterization does choose the tone (not happy). His characters try to be happy but money and the past get in the way. (additional content will be on my blog later)

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  4. I'm not sure how to answer this, but ill try. Gatsby is the embodiment of the American Dream. He is a self-made man with big ambitions. His past comes back to haunt him though hence the last line of the book.

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  5. I'm not sure how I could answer this, but I know Gatsby can be portrayed as an "American dream role model " and for the essay only thing I can say is greatttttt 👍🏼

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  6. I do not know if this is insight, but I honestly thought the last line of the book had to do with how Gatsby is so attached to the past, like if you live in your past you're never going to have a future.

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  7. Can Gatsby be considered as a villain because of how things started to go downhill in the lives of the characters and how he bootlegs during that specific era?

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  8. Gatsby has the flaw of being stuck in the past. He could have just moved on from Daisy but decided to get tangled up in all their shennanigans. He had a lot but couldn't move on from the past.

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  9. Gatsby a representation of the line in the book that talks about the boat hitting against the current

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