Lit final - Erin Street TR 11:30 am Final Exam Fall 2010 1 The characters in the film what works out and what doesnt about the all of the careless

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Erin Street TR 11:30 am Final Exam Fall 2010 1. The characters in the film, what works out and what doesn’t about the all of the careless behaviors practiced. 2. The tone of The Great Gatsby is Irony. The author doesn’t have sympathy for any of his characters. At some points he allows the readers/audience to develop a sense of sympathy for a few of the characters, but he almost immediately breaks that down and makes the consequences of their actions seem not only appropriate, but also deserved. “Listen,” said Tom, shaking him a little. “I just got here a minute ago, from New York. I was bringing you that coupe we’ve been talking about. That yellow car I was driving this afternoon wasn’t mine — do you hear? I haven’t seen it all afternoon.”(Thomas) –Tom on the car that killed his lover, driven by his wife. 3. The central theme of The Great Gatsby is the struggle of chasing the American Dream. 4. Daisy’s moment of anagnorisis is when she is sitting at the table with
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2011 for the course LIT 4433 taught by Professor Applen,j during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Lit final - Erin Street TR 11:30 am Final Exam Fall 2010 1 The characters in the film what works out and what doesnt about the all of the careless

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