Summary of "The Great Gatsby"

Summary of "The Great Gatsby"

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The Great Gatsby

After reading "The Great Gatsby," here are some media resources to bolster your understanding of the text. Be sure to have you book out while you follow along with the videos, and jot down questions you might have.

Watch a clip from the 1974 movie "The Great Gatsby" (which is one billion times better than the 2013 version) and see what differences you can detect between the novel and the film adaptation.

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