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The Great Gatsby
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Francis Scott Fitzgerald
Illustrated by Rodolfo Brocchini. Adaptation and activities by Richard J. Larkhman.
Stage 5 - Young Adult ELI Readers - Advanced C1
Scott Fitzgerald’s third novel was published in 1925 and has justifiably become a 20th century literary classic.

In this Reader you will find:
- Focus on…
- CAE-style activities
- Glossary of difficult words
- Test yourself
- Comprehension activities


“Gatsby?” asked Daisy urgently.
“What Gatsby?”
Could it be the same young army lieutenant whom Daisy Fay met five years ago –
and who owns a sumptuous house on Long Island, where New York society
enjoys the best parties on offer? Is it just coincidence that Gatsby lives across
the bay from Daisy – now married to wealthy polo-player Tom Buchanan?
As one man’s mysterious dream moves towards its ultimately tragic conclusion,
Midwesterner Nick Carraway is drawn into the dark world of Gatsby’s past and
present – a world of hidden frustrations and superficial relationships which
perfectly illustrates the “careless and confused” nature of America’s Jazz Age.

Present perfect simple and continuous
Past perfect simple and continuous with time clause by
Future tenses
Phrasal verbs

Modal verbs:
Could/could have (probability/past ability)
Would/would have (future in the past)
Might/might have (present/past possibility)
Must/must have (present/past deduction)
Must not (prohibition)

(eg. ask, reply, interrupt, repeat, suggest, comment, react, suppose, answer, explain)
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14,8x21 cm, 144 pages
ISBN 978-88-536-0666-2

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