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Color Symbolism and The Great Gatsby Synthesis Paragraph

Outline for Color Symbolism and The Great Gatsby Synthesis Paragraph

  1. Topic sentence that makes a clear claim (something to do with how Fitzgerald uses color symbolism)
    1. Sentence that reveals one way that Fitzgerald uses color symbolism
      1. Sentence that contains a direct quotation or summary from a scene where Fitzgerald uses symbolism in this way
      2. Sentence that contains research that illustrates, explains, or clarifies previous sentence.
  • Sentence that explains a conclusion that can be drawn from the research and the example from the book.
  1. Sentence that reveals a second way that Fitzgerald uses color symbolism
    1. Sentence that contains a direct quotation or summary from a scene where Fitzgerald uses symbolism in this way
    2. Sentence that contains research that illustrates, explains, or clarifies previous sentence.
  • Sentence that explains a conclusion that can be drawn from the research and the example from the book.
  1. Sentence that reveals a third way that Fitzgerald uses color symbolism
    1. Sentence that contains a direct quotation or summary from a scene where Fitzgerald uses symbolism in this way
    2. Sentence that contains research that illustrates, explains, or clarifies previous sentence.
  • Sentence that explains a conclusion that can be drawn from the research and the example from the book.
  1. A summary sentence that restates your main point from the topic sentence.

Here is a example of a partial outline:

  1. In The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald uses color symbolism to…
    1. First of all, he uses color symbolism to reveal parts of Daisy’s character.
      1. Fitzgerald repeatedly uses the color of white when describing the character of Daisy including her name. A daisy is a white flower with a yellow center.
      2. According to (insert research info here), the color of white can be symbolic of …
  • If one applies the idea that the color of white symbolizes ______, one can infer that Fitzgerald is trying to get his readers to think of Daisy as having an ___________ exterior.
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