Oct 03, 2011

by English Muse

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Two interpretations: A book cover collage with 1920 photographs and poetry crafted from a page. Ingenious.

Credits: Nantucket Youth and Piper Elliot.

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12 Responses to “Great Gatsby, Reinterpreted”

  1. Kailey says:

    Oh my goodness – I absolutely lovee this! Thank you for sharing xo

  2. I love the poetry from the page, it’s such a creative idea.

  3. Kacie says:

    I love both of those. I love the poetry.

    Kacie
    A Collection of Passions

  4. What an amazing idea!!! I’d love to try, with some of the old book pages, I’ve collected. Too bad I’m no poet!

    xoxo,
    Courtney

  5. Diana says:

    All the blackout poetry you’ve been posting is simply divine. What an inspiration. I’d love to see more (hint, hint :)).

  6. Angelia says:

    Love this, just started reading the book again, since my son is reading it for class.

  7. Sharmaine Ruth says:

    That is amazing! :D I love that book :)

  8. denise says:

    so inspiring!

  9. Hannah says:

    love this! the great gatsby is one of my favourite novels, along with tender is the night

    Hannah

    raspberrykitsch.blogspot.com

    xx

  10. Marthe says:

    Oh, I love both of these! :)

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