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F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby

Include accurate support from primary texts and at least three scholarly outside sources.  If you are in doubt about the appropriateness of a source, consult your instructor. Do not use any .com sources. Do not use Wikipedia, and above all else, do not plagiarize.

Important: Turn in copies of secondary sources with quoted or paraphrased lines highlighted, and be sure to turn in the citation information for your source!

If you have trouble finding scholarly sources, consult a librarian: For example, Julia Mielish at 919-532-5759 or any other librarian.
Student Learning Outcomes:
•    To write critically about one or two of the texts assigned in the second section of the course
•    To demonstrate knowledge of MLA page format, in-text citations, and works cited page
•    To analyze themes and ideas expressed in the text(s)
•    To accurately apply literary terminology
•    To place the text within its movement (Modernism or The Harlem Renaissance)
•    To create and develop a logical argument with textual support and all the necessary elements of an essay (Title, Introduction, Body Paragraphs with topic sentences, adequate support, and closing sentences, and a Concluding Paragraph that brings closure and insight to the essay
•    To demonstrate ability to write the essay using standard English
•    To apply the rules of grammar, punctuation, and syntax to write an essay free of such errors

Evaluation:
Student will be evaluated on the above criteria

Possible Options: choose from the following

1.    Compare connected themes in several of the works of Langston Hughes.

2.    Discuss themes and poetic devices in the works of Robert Frost

3.    F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby focuses on the male characters, but has several clearly delineated female characters as well, each with her own desires, motivation, and needs. Write an essay comparing and contrasting Daisy Buchanan, Myrtle Wilson, and Jordan Baker.  Ultimately, what is Fitzgerald’s message to the reader about women and feminine power?

4.    The theme of seeing and not seeing, or variations on blindness, permeates The Great Gatsby. Eyes are everywhere: Dr. Eckleburg’s on the billboard, Owl Eyes, Jordan’s gray eyes, a dog “looking with blind eyes through the smoke,” a man “blinded by the glare of the headlights,” and Nick’s comment that the East is “haunted for me . . . distorted beyond my eyes’ power of correction.”  Analyze the treatment of blindness, and of seeing and not seeing, in the novel and show how these images are used to emphasize Fitzgerald’s message to the reader.

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