2 Chronicles 16:9 / God’s All-Seeing Eyes

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Assignment:  Compare / Contrast Dr. T. J. Eckleburg’s All-Seeing Eyes with that of the Lord’s All-Seeing Eyes.  Note the difference between the billboard eyes when judging sin and the Lord’s eyes when forgiving sin.  (This is an analysis response.  Please write accordingly.)

Question:  What is this Bible passage suggesting to the reader?

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The All-Seeing Eyes

Image result for the great gatsby dr tj eckleburg eyesIn the novel, Dr. T. J. Eckleburg symbolizes the eyes of God.  For the following assignment, you will need your Bible.

  1.  Define omniscient.
  2.  Locate 7 scripture verses that refer to God as omniscient.
  3. Of the verses, which one, if any appeals to you the most?
  4. What is conviction?
  5. What is condemnation?
  6. Locate a scripture verse that refers to condemnation.  Explain its meaning.
  7. What is Fitzgerald hinting to the reader about his religious life, possibly, and that of the characters in the  novel? Perhaps, he is not hinting anything.  If so, provide analysis that proves that point as well.

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What is a Riveter?

Image result for yes we can lady          1.  Who is this?

    Real picture during World War II

   2.  Norman Rockwell recreated the picture here.

Who was Norman Rockwell?

  Real picture during World War I


Assignment:  What decade was the first picture created?  20’s?  30’s?  40’s?  ………

Who is this lady in the 1 picture?

What is the purpose for picture 1?

Was the purpose accomplished through the picture?

What does the picture symbolize in America…..?

Which character in The Great Gatsby most represents this lady in picture 1?  (working class)

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Chapter 1 Content Questions – The Great Gatsby

  1. How do you write The Great Gatsby in MLA format?
  2. Where is Nick from?
  3. Who is the narrator of the story?
  4. What did he learn from his father?
  5. Write the statement of advice Nick was given…
  6. How does Nick describe himself?
  7. What is the season and year when the book starts?
  8. What type of family business was Nick in?
  9. Compare West Egg with East Egg.
  10. Which Egg does Nick live on?
  11. How is Nick different even from those among whom he lives?
  12. Where did Nick go to college?
  13. Why does Nick visit Daisy and Tom? How does he know them?
  14. Who is Daisy with when Nick arrives at Daisy’s home?
  15. Who is Jordan Baker?
  16. Describe the name Jordan and Baker of the 1920s.
  17. Describe Tom.
  18. Who calls Tom? How does Daisy and Nick react?
  19. Why is the dinner “awkward?”
  20. What does Jordan have planned for the following morning?
  21. What does Tom and Daisy suggest to Nick regarding Jordan?
  22. Who does Nick see for the first time once arriving home from the dinner?
  23. Explain this quote: “I hope she’ll be a fool—that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.”
  24. Who says the above quote and to whom is it said?
  25. Analyze East Egg with West Egg. On a literary level, what technique is being used? Compare the characters who live on East Egg with those who live on West Egg.  What is the “deeper” meaning?




Vocabulary List

Vocabulary #1

  1. The American Dream
  2. The Roaring Twenties
  3. Stock Market Crash
  4. Dow Jones Industrial Average
  5. Wall Street – Bear Market
  6. Wall Street – Bull Market – recognize picture
  7. Louis Armstrong / Jazz Age
  8. Prohibition Act
  9. Bootlegger
  10. Woodrow Wilson / term / contributions/ recognize picture
  11. Warren Harding / term / contributions / recognize picture
  12. Calvin Coolidge / term / contributions / recognize picture
  13. The Scopes Trial – understand well
  14. fundamentalist
  15. morality / absolute truth
  16. vehement
  17. cordial
  18. supercilious
  19. sporadic
  20. suppress
  21. insidious
  22. laudable
  23. perturb
  24. elusive
  25. innuendo
  26. portentous
  27. vicarious
  28. surmise
  29. garrulous
  30. apathetic


(A) Define well, locate pictures when stated.

(B)  Create a story that uses 15 of the vocabulary words.  The words must be correctly used in the sentences as part of the story for credit.  HIGHLIGHT and NUMBER each word in the story.

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