Google (Gradesaver has gaps, enotes needs a subscription)
This comparison essay is online, with another one on Daisy, whilst it may have uses be careful not to copy
Theres info too, on the two main women characters.
Linking to another novel contemporary to the The Great Gatsby
English Literary history from the Victorians…
and Realism 1820-1920
For Love through the Ages, a timeline with the texts and issues around
Cultural attitudes to Love and Relationships regarding the woman’s role
Father, Daughter relationships
Image and Appearance and social status
i.e. all the themes already researched in the set texts
Chaucer may have a couple of useful quotes to add or Hardy in the Mayor of Casterbridge where the wife is literally sold to another man – a common ocurrence, check the plot online and find a good quote to remember.
The British Library links on this web-blog may give you reviews by Literature critics or reviewers, that may be useful, these links are on the sidebar in a separate category of their own.
A’ Level English Literature: Analysing Structure Part 1 – YouTube
A quick relatively cheap version of the AQA AS-A2 Literature Poetry Anthology is available, you need to download the free Kindle reader.
Sadly there is no GCSE Kindle student books.