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1 /, 5 -. / >, /, 6 / D. B /, 3 Name Chapter Five Standards Focus: Symbolism Symbolism is the creative use of objects, or symbols, to indicate a deeper meaning or to represent something important. Just as a heart is a symbol of love or a turkey is a symbol of Thanksgiving, colors, animals, weather, numbers, and even people can act as symbols in a piece of literature. It is important that we recognize the author s use of symbols to indicate a deeper message in his or her work. Fitzgerald skillfully uses symbolism throughout The Great Gatsby to create a novel full of depth and significance. Directions: Match each symbol with its symbolic meaning. Write the letter of the correct answer on the line provided. There may be more than one correct answer for each. Once you have assigned a letter to each, use the lines provided to explain your choice. An example has been done for you. " # $ % & ' # ( ) * +, -. / " * # ( : 3 /. /, / Ex. The eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg 9 < = & > Symbolize: j. God; p. poverty. -? / 3 / The eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg watch over B > C D 6 6 everything that is happening in the valley of ashes. 6 3 / Because it is an inanimate object, it cannot make 5 /? / / E judgments, but hovers over as a reminder that the F - G " ( ) H & ' # ( ) * character s actions are being watched. It also represents A A > A poverty because it is located in the valley of ashes and is? / B A /. 3 / / 5 run-down after the doctor who placed the ad went out of = J ) " K ' ) L M 8 9 ( N L ) 9 ' & I business or moved away.. - O / 3. The valley of ashes 2. Gatsby s shirts Symbolize:

2 3. the green light at the end of the dock. East Egg 5. West Egg 6. automobiles Symbolize: 7. Gatsby s library of uncut books Symbolize: 8. Gatsby s house P

3 9. Gatsby s car 0. Wolfshiem s cufflinks Symbolize:. Nick s 30th birthday 2. the clock Gatsby knocks over Q

4 Chapter Six Standards Focus: Figurative Language One of the most captivating aspects of Fitzgerald s work is his mastery of figurative language, or ideas communicated beyond their literal meaning to create an image in the reader s mind. There are several types of figurative language, called figures of speech: metaphor - a comparison made between two seemingly unlike objects: the pillow was a cloud simile - a comparison between two unlike objects using the words like or as in the comparison: the pillow was like a marshmallow personification - giving human qualities or characteristics to non-human objects: the wind sang its sad song Directions: Read each quote from the novel. First, decide what figure of speech is being used, then identify the comparison being made or the object being personified. An example has been done for you. Ex. "... swirls and eddies of people I didn t know." (Ch. 3) metaphor Fitzgerald uses a metaphor to compare the people at the party to ocean waves, turning and crashing on themselves; the people are weaving through the party to socialize.. Their house was even more elaborate than I expected, a cheerful red and white Georgian Colonial mansion overlooking the bay. (Ch. ) 2. A breeze blew through the room, blew curtains in at one end and out the other like pale flags... (Ch.) twisting them up toward the frosted wedding cake of the ceiling... (Ch. )....and then [the breeze] rippled over the wine-colored rug, making a shadow on it as wind does on the sea. (Ch. ) P

5 5. The only completely stationary object in the room was an enormous couch on which two young women were buoyed up as though upon an anchored balloon. (Ch. ) 6. It was a body capable of enormous leverage a cruel body. (Ch. ) in his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars. (Ch. 3) 8. After that I lived like a young rajah in all the capitals of Europe Paris, Venice, Rome... (Ch. ) 9. Her voice is full of money, he said suddenly. (Ch. 7) 0. Daisy and Jordan lay upon an enormous couch, like silver idols, weighing down their own white dresses against the singing breeze of the fan. (Ch. 7) R S T T U V W X Y Z [ \ ] ^ V Y _ ` a b Y Z c d e f d g h i j k i l m j l m n o p q b a W ] \ a ` ] W r ` b [ W

6 Chapters Five-Six Assessment Preparation: Word Origins Directions: For each of the vocabulary words from Chapters 5-6 below:. Read the origin of the word. (The base of the word is in parentheses.) 2. Draw an inference (an educated guess) of the vocabulary word s meaning based upon the word origin. (You may have to look up the word in parentheses to find this. You may also refer to the novel for help in context.) 3. Look up the meaning of the vocabulary word in a dictionary.. Use the vocabulary word in a complete sentence, showing that you understand what the vocabulary word means. Ex. reproachfully (reproach) Word Origin: from Latin re- meaning back plus prop, meaning near something that is near, but towards the back with disapproval or blame Because Lydia returned almost an hour late from her date, her parents reprimanded her reproachfully.. scrutinized (scrutiny) Word Origin: from Latin scrutari, meaning to search, examine 2. harrowed (harrow) Word Origin: from Middle English harwe, meaning harrass 3. endured (endure) Word Origin: from Latin indurare, meaning to harden R S T T U V W X Y Z [ \ ] ^ V Y _ ` a b Y Z c d e S d g h i j k i l m j l m n o p q b a W ] \ a ` ] W r ` b [ W

7 . defunct (defunct) Word Origin: from Latin defunctus, meaning to finish 5. nebulous (nebulous) Word Origin: from Latin nebula, meaning cloud 6. laudable (laud) Word Origin: from Latin laudere, meaning praise 7. insidious (insidious) Word Origin: from Latin insidere, meaning to sit upon R S T T U V W X Y Z [ \ ] ^ V Y _ ` a b Y Z c d e s d g h i j k i l m j l m n o p q b a W ] \ a ` ] W r ` b [ W

8 8. ineffable (ineffable) Word Origin: from Latin ineffabilis, meaning not utterable 9. ramification (ramify) Word Origin: from Latin ram, meaning branch plus facere, meaning to make 0. contingencies (contingent) Word Origin: from Latin contingere, meaning to touch. cordial (cordial) Word Origin: from Latin cord, meaning heart R S T T U V W X Y Z [ \ ] ^ V Y _ ` a b Y Z c d e t d g h i j k i l m j l m n o p q b a W ] \ a ` ] W r ` b [ W

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