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The Great
Gatsby
The Great
Gatsby
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and your reaction.
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insightful question
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inference, observation, or
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inference, observation, or
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Color (grey, white, yellow, green)
Light
Geography
Literary techniques (irony
Color (grey, white, yellow, green)
Light
Geography
Literary techniques (irony
Color (grey, white, yellow, green)
Light
Geography
Literary techniques (irony
Color (grey, white, yellow, green)
Light
Geography
Literary techniques (irony
symbolism, foreshadowing)
Time (esp past)
symbolism, foreshadowing)
Time (esp past)
symbolism, foreshadowing)
Time (esp past)
symbolism, foreshadowing)
Time (esp past)
Gatsby’s past
Cars and Driving
Gatsby’s past
Cars and Driving
Gatsby’s past
Cars and Driving
Gatsby’s past
Cars and Driving
Due dates
The Great
Gatsby
Due dates
The Great
Gatsby
Due dates
Due dates
chapters
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entries
Date
pages
chapters
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entries
Date
pages
chapters
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entries
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pages
chapters
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entries
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pages
Ch 1-2
Ch 3
Ch 4
Ch 5
Ch 6
Ch 7
Ch 8-9
10
5
5
5
5
8
10
4/30
5/1
5/3
5/7
5/8
5/10
5/14
21+15
20
19
15
14
32
33
Ch 1-2
Ch 3
Ch 4
Ch 5
Ch 6
Ch 7
Ch 8-9
10
5
5
5
5
8
10
4/30
5/1
5/3
5/7
5/8
5/10
5/14
21+15
20
19
15
14
32
33
Ch 1-2
Ch 3
Ch 4
Ch 5
Ch 6
Ch 7
Ch 8-9
10
5
5
5
5
8
10
4/30
5/1
5/3
5/7
5/8
5/10
5/14
21+15
20
19
15
14
32
33
Ch 1-2
Ch 3
Ch 4
Ch 5
Ch 6
Ch 7
Ch 8-9
10
5
5
5
5
8
10
4/30
5/1
5/3
5/7
5/8
5/10
5/14
21+15
20
19
15
14
32
33
Feminist Criticism. Feminist critics see
cultural and economic disparities in a
“patriarchal” society, which has hindered
or prevented women from realizing their
creative possibilities. They see women’s
cultural identification as a merely negative
object, or “Other” to a man as the defining
and dominating “Subject.” There are
several assumptions and concepts held in
common by most feminist critics.
Feminist Criticism. Feminist critics see
cultural and economic disparities in a
“patriarchal” society, which has hindered
or prevented women from realizing their
creative possibilities. They see women’s
cultural identification as a merely negative
object, or “Other” to a man as the defining
and dominating “Subject.” There are
several assumptions and concepts held in
common by most feminist critics.
Feminist Criticism. Feminist critics see
cultural and economic disparities in a
“patriarchal” society, which has hindered
or prevented women from realizing their
creative possibilities. They see women’s
cultural identification as a merely negative
object, or “Other” to a man as the defining
and dominating “Subject.” There are
several assumptions and concepts held in
common by most feminist critics.
Feminist Criticism. Feminist critics see
cultural and economic disparities in a
“patriarchal” society, which has hindered
or prevented women from realizing their
creative possibilities. They see women’s
cultural identification as a merely negative
object, or “Other” to a man as the defining
and dominating “Subject.” There are
several assumptions and concepts held in
common by most feminist critics.
1.
Our civilization is pervasively
patriarchal
1.
Our civilization is pervasively
patriarchal
1.
Our civilization is pervasively
patriarchal
1.
Our civilization is pervasively
patriarchal
2.
The concepts of “gender” are,
cultural constructs,
2.
The concepts of “gender” are,
cultural constructs,
2.
The concepts of “gender” are,
cultural constructs,
2.
The concepts of “gender” are,
cultural constructs,
3.
This patriarchal ideology also
pervades writings considered
great literature. Such works
lack female role models, are
implicitly addressed to male
readers,
3.
This patriarchal ideology also
pervades writings considered
great literature. Such works lack
female role models, are implicitly
addressed to male readers,
3.
This patriarchal ideology also
pervades writings considered
great literature. Such works lack
female role models, are implicitly
addressed to male readers,
3.
This patriarchal ideology also
pervades writings considered
great literature. Such works lack
female role models, are implicitly
addressed to male readers,
Marxist Criticism. Marxist critics ground
their theory and practice on the economic
and cultural theory of Karl Marx and
Friedrich Engles, especially on the following
claims:
Marxist Criticism. Marxist critics ground
their theory and practice on the economic
and cultural theory of Karl Marx and
Friedrich Engles, especially on the following
claims:
Marxist Criticism. Marxist critics ground
their theory and practice on the economic
and cultural theory of Karl Marx and
Friedrich Engles, especially on the following
claims:
Marxist Criticism. Marxist critics ground
their theory and practice on the economic
and cultural theory of Karl Marx and
Friedrich Engles, especially on the following
claims:
1.
Economics (modes of production)
are always evolving and it changes
the way people think.
1.
Economics (modes of production)
are always evolving and it changes
the way people think.
1.
Economics (modes of
production) are always evolving
and it changes the way people
think.
Economics (modes of production)
are always evolving and it changes
the way people think.
2.
Changes in economic systems
change the power dynamic
2.
Changes in economic systems
change the power dynamic
2.
Changes in economic systems
change the power dynamic
2.
Changes in economic systems
change the power dynamic
3.
3.
The social class you are in
determines how you see the
world and what you believe to
be true about the way the
world works.
The social class you are in
determines how you see the world
and what you believe to be true
about the way the world works.
3.
3.
The social class you are in
determines how you see the world
and what you believe to be true
about the way the world works.
The social class you are in
determines how you see the world
and what you believe to be true
about the way the world works.
1.
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