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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 2012 Zach Van Kat, Griffin Mulvaney, Brian Mulligan Speech and Dialogue Direct Characterization "'they say he's a nephew or a cousin of Kaiser Williams. That's where all his money comes from.'" (pg 37)"'This fella's a regular Belasco.'" (pg 50)"'he told me once he was an Oxford man.'" (pg 53) "'He's a bootlegger,'" (pg 65) "'One time he killed a man,'" (pg 65) Character's Actions Character's Appearance and Manner "There was something gorgeous about him," (pg 6)"He gave a sudden intimation that he was content to be alone." (pg 25)"One of those rare smiles with a quality of eternal reassurance in it." (pg 53)"'Don't give it another thought, old sport.'" (pg 57) "He stretched out his arms toward the dark water in a curious way." (pg 26)"He smiled understandingly- much more than understandingly." (pg 52)"He excused himself with a small bow that included us all in turn." (pg 53)"standing alone on the marble steps and looking from one group to another with approving eyes." (pg 54) Gatsby is attractive and charming. Gatsby cares about how he is perceived. Many rumors circulate about Gatsby, obscuring the truth. Fitzgerald's Characterization of Gatsby "'If you want anything just ask for it, old sport,'" (pg 53)"'You're having lunch with me today and I thought we'd ride up together.'" (pg 68)"'I don't want you to get a wrong idea of me from all these stories you hear.'" (pg 69)"'Every Allied government gave me a decoration,'" (pg 70) Other's Reactions Gatsby is mysterious and isolated. Gatsby is polite yet hard to understand. "seemed to face- the external world for an instant, and then concentrated on youwith an irresistible prejudice in your favor." (pg 52)"I was looking at an elegant young roughneck, a year or two over thirty," (pg 53)"His tanned skin was drawn attractively tight on his face and his short hair looked asthough it were trimmed every day." (pg 54)"my first impression, that he was a person of some undefined consequence, had gradually faded and he had become simply the proprietor of an elaborate roadhouse," (pg 69)
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