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Gatsby: A Missing Scene, Tom's Infidelity

Gatsby: A Missing Scene, Tom's Infidelity
Gatsby: A Missing Scene, Tom's Infidelity
Gatsby: A Missing Scene, Tom's Infidelity
Gatsby: A Missing Scene, Tom's Infidelity
Gatsby: A Missing Scene, Tom's Infidelity
Gatsby: A Missing Scene, Tom's Infidelity
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Because The Great Gatsby is told in first person point of view, it can be assumed that there is much that we don’t know. We only get Nick’s side of the story, and because he reserves judgment, he may have omitted some parts of the story.

Students choose from several scenarios and write a scene that Nick may have left out of the novel.
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