Characterization Paragraph: Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby

Characterization Paragraph:  Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby
Characterization Paragraph:  Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby
Characterization Paragraph:  Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby
Characterization Paragraph:  Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby
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One aspect of characterization includes other characters' perception. Owl Eyes, other party guests and even Nick Carraway have drawn conclusions about Gatsby. Using a passage from chapter 3, students will closely read for details of characterization and write a paragraph that lets the reader know what kind of person other characters perceive Gatsby to be. This is a quick "one and done" exercise that only requires a copy of the novel and this fully-editable worksheet. Another assignment from Preserving Civilization.
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