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THE GREAT GATSBY 1896 — 1940 According to the story of Francis Scott THE GREAT GATSBY 1896 — 1940 According to the story of Francis Scott

FRANCIS SCOTT KEY FITZGERALD American writer, the largest representative of the so-called lost generation in theFRANCIS SCOTT KEY FITZGERALD American writer, the largest representative of the so-called «lost generation» in the literature. The most famous Fitzgerald brought the novel «The Great Gatsby», published in 1925, as well as a number of novels and short stories about the American «jazz age» of the 1920 s. The term «jazz era» or «the Jazz Age» was coined by Fitzgerald and designated period of American history since the end of World War I to the Great Depression of the 1930 s.

LITTLE ABOUT THE WRITER F itzgerald was born on September 24, 1896 in St. Paul, LITTLE ABOUT THE WRITER F itzgerald was born on September 24, 1896 in St. Paul, Minnesota, in a wealthy Irish Catholic family. Before his birth, the family lost two children, so Francis Scott was a welcome child. His name he received in honor of his great-grandfather, the author of the U. S. National Anthem «The Banner, star-filled» Francis Scott Key.

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  The Great Gatsby - a feature film director Baz Luhrmann's film adaptation of the » The Great Gatsby» — a feature film director Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation of the eponymous novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Tape filmed in 3 D, starring Leonardo Di. Caprio involved, Carey Mulligan and Tobey Maguire. Originally planned for the world premiere of December 25, 2012, but August 6, 2012, it was announced postponement of release in the summer of 2013.

BAZ LUHRMANN Real name Mark Anthony Luhrmann race. September 17, 1962 Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaBAZ LUHRMANN Real name Mark Anthony Luhrmann race. September 17, 1962 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia — Australian film director, screenwriter, actor and producer. Was nominated for «Oscar» for the film «Moulin Rouge. » Also nominated for the award «Tony» and «Golden Globe».

A BIT ABOUT THE MAIN ACTOR.  L eonardo Wilhelm Di. Caprio - American actor andA BIT ABOUT THE MAIN ACTOR. L eonardo Wilhelm Di. Caprio — American actor and producer. F ive-time nominee for «Oscar» award three times nominee for BAFTA, twice awarded the «Golden Globe». The most famous was thanks to her roles in such films as «What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, » «Romeo + Juliet», «Titanic», «beach», «Gangs of New York», «Catch Me If You Can, » «The Aviator» «The Departed, » «Shutter Island, » «Home, » «The Great Gatsby», «The Wolf of Wall Street. «

Leonardo Wilhelm Di. Caprio - Born November 11,  1974 in Los Angeles , California. LeonardoLeonardo Wilhelm Di. Caprio — Born November 11, 1974 in Los Angeles , California. Leonardo ‘s father , George Di. Caprio , comes from a family with Italian- German roots. Leonardo Di. Caprio ‘s mother , Irmelin Di. Caprio , nee Indenbirken , was born in the West German Op — Erkenschwick. Her father’s name was William Indenbirken and mother — Russian Yelena Smirnova Stepanivna that after moving to Germany from the USSR got married and took her husband’s surname Indenbirken. Himself Leonardo Di. Caprio in a conversation with Vladimir Putin said that his grandfather was also Russian , and added: » So I’m not a quarter and half Russian. » Future actor was named Leonardo thanks mother , who was visiting the museum in Italy and watched the work of the artist Leonardo da Vinci. When Leo was a year old , his parents divorced and his son stayed with his mother. He lived in several Los Angeles neighborhoods , such as Echo Park Avenue and 1874 Hillharst while his mother worked several jobs. He studied at the School of Seeds Elementary School, then entered the University of Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies, where he studied for four years.

THE PLOT OF THE FILM.  N ick Kerrauey , a graduate of Yale University andTHE PLOT OF THE FILM. N ick Kerrauey , a graduate of Yale University and a veteran of the First World , is in a sanatorium , where is being treated for alcoholism. He tells about a man named Gatsby , whom fate brought him to New York. Nick is difficult to talk about it, and the doctor offers him describe this story on paper. N ick begins his narrative recollection of how in 1922 he moved from the Midwest to New York and rented a house in West Egge on Long Island. Nick visits the luxurious estate of Tom and Daisy Buchanan. Daisy was Nick’s second cousin , and her husband , Tom, once played football at Yale (where he was nodding familiar with Nick ) , and now enjoys wealth. In this house, Nick meets Jordan Baker , Daisy’s friend and the famous golfer. Jordan tells Nick that Tom has a mistress in New York. M eeting with the latest, Myrtle Wilson , the wife of an unsuspecting mechanic George , Tom rents an apartment in the city. Tom invites Nick there , where he also met with Catherine , her sister Myrtle , and the couple, Mc. Kee, Myrtle friends. The night ends with a general revelry and Myrtle broken nose , irritated Tom mentioning the name Daisy. Nick removed from this chaos with Mr. Mc. Kee.

Nick was the nearest neighbor of Jay Gatsby, a very rich man , known to carryNick was the nearest neighbor of Jay Gatsby, a very rich man , known to carry the chic fun parties in his huge mansion , every Saturday attended by hundreds of people. Soon the driver Gatsby Nick brought a formal invitation to one of these parties. Gatsby was a mystery man on the amount and source of enormous wealth which there were many rumors. Nick met none of the guests did not even know how Gatsby looks. During the party, a man learned Nick revealed that they odnopolchane. It turned out that the other person is Mr. Nick and Gatsby. Soon struck up a friendship between them. Nick was very surprised when Gatsby without explanation of his action told him the story of his rise up the social ladder , seemingly fictional. Nick meets Gatsby companion , dark businessman named Meyer Vulfsheym.

The aforementioned friend Nick Jordan Baker told him that Gatsby collects a huge amount of guestsThe aforementioned friend Nick Jordan Baker told him that Gatsby collects a huge amount of guests themselves in the hope that Daisy , his former lover , casual look in to it. Through Jordan , Gatsby asks Nick to arrange a meeting between him and Daisy. Nick promises to do so, and the reunion of lovers took place at the beginning of the situation was awkward , but then everything went according to plan. Simultaneously begins a romance between Nick and Jordan. Soon during explanation at the hotel «Plaza» Tom learns about love Jay to Daisy , and accuses him of what he bootlegger. That threatens Gatsby and expresses his hatred for him. In response, Jay insists that Daisy said that she never loved Tom , hoping to restore the interrupted love five years ago. Daisy , though fluctuating, but refuses to say it. Tom feels victory. He decides that Daisy and Gatsby back go together, and he , Nick and Jordan go to another machine.

At this time, George Wilson brawl with his wife , suspecting her of infidelity. She runsAt this time, George Wilson brawl with his wife , suspecting her of infidelity. She runs out of the house and knocked her to the death machine Gatsby, Daisy waged. The carried away. Who were traveling behind Jordan , Nick and Tom noticed the dead. That recognizes her as his mistress. George distraught. He is obsessed with the idea that the driver of the vehicle , brought down Myrtle , was the one with whom she met. Tom says widower that this machine belongs to Gatsby. George Wilson finds and kills Gatsby in his pool and then commits suicide. Nick ring up friends Gatsby, but none of them does not come to the funeral. Tom and Daisy left , leaving the origin. Disgusted by the city and people Kerrauey Nick leaves New York. The resort Nick appends memoirs and entitles them to » The Great Gatsby. «