Oct 03, 2011

by English Muse


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.

    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!


  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




  10. Marthe says:

    Oh, I love both of these! :)

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