What does Fitzgerald show us about how to achieve the "American Dream"?
Describe Gatsby's love for Daisy, in comparison to how Daisy loves Gatsby in return.
How would life be different for Daisy had she chosen Gatsby instead of Tom? Would Pammy have ever existed?
What kind of life would Nick and Jordan have together?
What does Washington Irving teach us about greed in "The Devil and Tom Walker"?
What lesson does Nathaniel Hawthorne teach us about masks in "The Minister's Black Veil"?
How does Edgar Allan Poe show us true horror, and how to keep your sanity, in "The Pit and the Pendulum"?
How is Holmes' view of death in "Thanatopsis" relevant in your life? What is your view of death?
Emerson and Thoreau both believed in the sanctity and serenity of nature. How are their thoughts evident in "Nature" and "Self-Reliance"?
In "Dead Poet's Society", how does Robin Williams, Mr. Keating, exemplify a modern transcendentalist?
In Thoreau's "Walden", he rejects society to reunite with nature. How could you benefit from eliminating a modern convenience and reuniting with the things in life that truly matter?