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The Great Gatsby chapter 4 Critical Analysis

What are the two rumors are about Gatsby at the beginning of chapter 4? He is a bootlegger and he killed a man who had found out that he was a nephew to Von Hindenburg and second cousin to the devil. What does it mean to be a leech? a person who clings to another […]

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Great Gatsby Allusions

D’Invilliers Character in \”this side of paradise\” Dukes of Buccleuch Related to Nick; Scottish Royalty New Haven City in Connecticut; Yale Midas, Morgan, and Maecenas Men of extreme wealth West Egg/East Egg/ Long Island Sound Great Neck and Little Neck Columbus egg Being able to do the impossible Lake Forest Chicago- rich suburb Hotel de […]

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Great Gatsby essay questions

What is Nick like as a narrator? Is he a reliable storyteller, or does his version of events seem suspect? How do his qualities as a character affect his narration? He is reliable because everyone trusts him with their secrets. Plus him being the middle man, everyone liking him, he must be reliable. He also […]

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Great Gatsby REsearch paper notecards

source cited in apa format direct quote. explain relevance to essay topic. E. (2011, March 16). Rich and Poor in the American Novel. Retrieved March 03, 2016, from http://en398richandpoor.blogspot.com/2011/03/great-gatsby-post-eleven.html Fitzgerald pins the story of Jay Gatsby and Daisy in the summer season, and parallels their love story along with the climax of the summer heat. […]

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The Great Gatsby Chapter 4 Test Questions

question What is the common denominator to all the stories about people who meet at Gatsby’s parties? answer People who are using him for money and wealth question What was Nick writing on an empty time table? answer The names of those who came to Gatsby’s house question What happened to Nick’s first impression of […]

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The Great Gatsby chapter 8 summary questions

question Why does Nick have a sleepless night? answer He is traumatized by the events of the day before, when they came across the car accident in which Myrtle was struck. question Where does Nick go n the morning? answer Gatsby’s mansion question What does Gatsby tell Nick? answer That he waited at Daisy’s until […]

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The Great Gatsby Chapter 6 Summary Questions

question Who comes to talk with Gatsby? Why? answer A reporter, to discuss the rumors about his life. question Who tells us the real story of Gatsby’s life? answer Nick question What was Gatsby’s real name? answer Gatsby was born James Gatz question Where was Gatsby from? answer North Dacota question Where did Gatsby go […]

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The Great Gatsby Chapter 9 Answers

question Who was in charge of Gatsby’s funeral and why? answer Nick takes charge so the state does not take over (Nick thinks Gatsby does not have family). question Why do Daisy and Tom leave? answer The are avoiding responsibility for the accident. They are careless people and neither one has changed. question What does […]

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Illusions In The Great Gatsby

question What was the advice given to Nick by his father? How, do you suppose, this makes him a good person to tell this story? answer Whenever you feel like criticizing someone just remember that they haven’t had the advantages that you have had. He can give unbiased information. question What is Nick’s social class/background? […]

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The Great Gatsby – Chapters 3-5

question Why does Gatsby throw huge, expensive parties for people he does not even know? answer To get Daisy’s attention – or to fill a void in his life question Describe two ways in which Nick differs from the other guests at the party. answer He was actually invited and he was American. question What […]

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Great Gatsby Test

question Who is incurably dishonest? answer Jordan Baker question Who is incurably honest? answer Nick Carraway question Whose voice is “full of money”? answer Daisy question Who wants to buy Tom’s car? answer George Wilson question Who is Catherine? answer Myrtle’s sister question Who is treated like a possession by Daisy? answer Pammy, Daisy’s daughter […]

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Great Gatsby worksheet questions

question give one word to describe Gatsby’s parties answer extravagant, lavish question what were Gatsby’s parties like answer people came when they werent invited, enormous parties lasting til midnight, orchestra plays, people dancing everywhere, Gatsby never fails to impress question Nick states that Gatsby’s parties are alive with “casual innuendo and introductions forgotten on the […]

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The Great Gatsby Chapter 7 Answers

question Why does Scott Fitzgererald link the behavior of the characters to the hottest day of the summer? answer question How has Gatsby earned most of his money, and what does Tom say that startles Gatsby? answer question Describe the hit-and-run scene. Make sure to include everyone who was involved. answer question What indication is […]

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The Great Gatsby Review

question What does Nick say is “gorgeous” about Gatsby? answer Personality and demeanor question What about Gatsby causes disillusionment? answer Those who take advantage of him question When Nick returns from war why does he go to the east? answer To learn the bond buisness and make money question How is west egg different from […]

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The Great Gatsby questions chapter 3

question How does Nick happen to attend one of Gatsby’s parties? answer Gatsby invited him; himself, The chauffeur brought him the invitation. question What are some of the rumors that circulate about Gatsby? answer He killed a man, he was a German spy during the war, and he was nefews with Kiser. question In ten […]

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The Great Gatsby Vocabulary Chapter 1 & 2

question Feign answer to intimidate deceptively; to make believe; pretend question Supercilious answer having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy question Conscientious answer meticulous; careful; painstaking; perticular question Incredulous answer indicating or showing unbelief question Reciprocal answer mutual; corresponding; matching; complimentary; equivalen question Wan answer of an unnatural […]

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The Great Gatsby Vocabulary chapter 1

question Feign answer To imitate deceptively; to make believe;pretend. Example sentence: Nick admits to feigning actions and emotions to Jorden. question Supercilious answer Having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy. Sentence Example: Tom is a supercilious person. question Conscientious answer meticulous; careful; painstaking; particular. Example Sentence: Daisy has […]

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Great Gatsby Chapter Questions

question What information does Nick give about himself in the first four paragraphs in the story? answer He is not judgmental at all, and people feel they can come to him with their problems because of it. question What does Nick say is “gorgeous” about Gatsby? answer He has some heightened sensitivity to the promises […]

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English 10 Great Gatsby Exam Review Questions

question “Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone, just remember that all people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.” answer What was the advice given to Nick by his father? How, do you suppose, this makes him a good person to tell this story? question Middle Western City/Wholesale hardware business that his […]

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Great Gatsby Flashcards

question From what point of view is the story told? Who is the narrator? What is the impact of Nick telling the story in flashback? answer The story is told in first person by Nick Carraway. He is the narrator as well. The impact of him telling the story in flashback is that he knows […]

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The Great Gatsby Chapter 7 SG

question In “The Great Gatsby,” why does Tom refer to the liaison between Daisy and Gatsby in terms of intermarriage? answer To him the difference in classes is equivalent to a difference in race. This is a repetition of his remarks in the first chapter that subordinate races must be kept in their place, must […]

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