The Great Gatsby Questions

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Directions: Answer the following lesson questions, Chapter 1 through Chapter 9.

Chapter 1

(Responses should be a minimum of three to five sentences each.)

1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot in Chapter 1?

2. How does Nick describe himself at the beginning of the novel?

3. How does Nick describes Tom Buchanan?

4. Who is Jordan Baker? What does Nick find appealing about her?

5. What is Gatsby doing when Nick first sees him?

6. How does the tone of Nick’s description of Tom reveal Nick’s feelings about Tom? Use a quotation from the text to justify your answer.

Chapter 2

(Responses should be a minimum of three to five sentences each.)

1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot in Chapter 2?

2. How does Nick meet Tom’s mistress?

3. How does Myrtle react to Tom’s arrival?

4. Describe George Wilson. How does he react to Tom’s arrival.

5. Describe the setting of the valley of the ashes where George and Myrtle live. What aspects of valley of the ashes are symbolic, and what do they symbolize? Use a quotation from the text to justify your answer.

6. Why does Tom attack Myrtle at the end of the party?

Chapter 3

(Responses should be a minimum of three to five sentences each.)

1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot in Chapter 3?

2. Describe the two ways in which Nick differs from the other guests at Gatsby’s party.

3. What does Nick think of Gatsby when he first meets him? Use a quotation from the text to justify your answer.

4. What does Nick learn about Jordan Baker after he has spent some time with her?

5. How does Nick characterize the guests at Gatsby’s party?

6. What sense of the Jazz Age do we get from Nick’s description of the party? Use a quotation from the book to justify your answer.

Chapter 4

(Responses should be a minimum of three to five sentences each.)

1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot in Chapter 4?

2. What does Gatsby tell Nick about himself?

3. According to Jordan, what did Daisy do on her wedding day? Why?

4. Why does Gatsby want to have tea with Daisy in Nick’s house? Why doesn’t Gatsby ask Nick for this favor himself?

5. How does Daisy behave after Gatsby goes overseas? What does her behavior show about her feelings for Gatsby? Use a quotation from the book to justify your answer.

Chapter 5

(Responses should be a minimum of three to five sentences each.)

1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot in Chapter 5?

2. What is the meeting between Gatsby and Daisy like initially?

3. How are Daisy and Gatsby different when Nick returns to the house after a half an hour?

4. What are Gatsby’s feeling by the end of the chapter?

5. Why do you think Daisy sobs when Gatsby shows her his shirts? Use a quotation from the book to justify your answer.

6. What is the weather like in this chapter? How does it reflect the emotional climate of Gatsby and Daisy? Use a quotation from the book to justify your answer.

Chapter 6

(Responses should be a minimum of three to five sentences each.)

1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot in Chapter 6?

2. When does James Gatz change his name? Why?

3. What is Daisy’s real response to the party, according to Nick?

4. What does Gatsby tell Nick he wants Daisy to do?

5. What is Nick’s view of the past? Use a quotation from the book to justify your answer.

Chapter 7

(Responses should be a minimum of three to five sentences each.)

1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot of Chapter 7?

2. Why does Gatsby stop giving parties?

3. When does Tom first realize that Daisy loves Gatsby?

4. Why is Myrtle Wilson upset when she sees Tom and Jordan? Use a quotation from the book to justify your answer.

5. Why does George Wilson lock Myrtle in the bedroom?

6. At the end of the chapter, Gatsby is standing alone, looking out at Daisy’s house. Where else in the novel does he do this? How is this different? Use a quotation from the book to justify your answer.

Chapter 8

(Responses should be a minimum of three to five sentences each.)

1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot of Chapter 8?

2. What does Gatsby tell Nick the night of the accident? Why?

3. How does George Wilson spend the night after the accident?

4. What evidence has Wilson found that his wife was having an affair?

5. What do the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg symbolize to George Wilson? Use a quotation from the book to justify your answer.

Chapter 9

(Responses should be a minimum of three to five sentences each.)

1. What do you find is the most crucial in the plot of Chapter 9?

2. What is the motive publicly given for Wilson’s murder of Gatsby?

3. What does the telephone call from Chicago tell us about Gatsby’s business?

4. Why is Gatsby’s father so proud of him?

5. How does Nick characterize Tom and Daisy at the end of the book? Use at least one quotation from the book to justify your answer.

6. What does the green light symbolize at the end of the novel? Use a quotation from the book to justify your answer.

FINAL QUESTION: (Your response should be a minimum of four to five sentences in length.)



PLEASE Help me with these You have to read a the gatsby adapted from this version ( http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/f/fitzgerald/f_scott/gatsby/index.html )

And answer the questions.

Tutor Answer

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School: Carnegie Mellon University

Attached.

CHAPTER 1
CHAPTER 2
CHAPTER 3
CHAPTER 4
CHAPTER 5
CHAPTER 6
CHAPTER 7
CHAPTER 8
CHAPTER 9


Surname 1

Nick description
Name
Supervisor
Course
Date
CHAPTER 1
1. The plot is driven by the symbolism that is used in chapter one of a green drive. In
reality, it symbolizes Gatsby decision. The decision is for him to reach out his dreams he
has to reach out. The symbolism sets the stage for chapter and book at large.
2. He lives a modern life or in modesty, yet he is from a wealthy family. The description he
has given himself is that he is the only honest man he knows. The book morals rotate
around him.
3. Quoting directly from the book, Nick describes Tony as a person having eyes that are
arrogantly shinning. The description of eyes follows that of the face where he describes
Tony’s face as the one that has taught him to be leaning forward. He has a cruel and
brutal physicality as described.
4. She is a friend of Daisy. She is a golf player and she has grey eyes. Her body is slender
and attractive.
5. When Nick returns from Buchanan house after dinner, it is the first time he sees Gatsby.
He was returning to West Egg. Nick is about to call first when Gatsby stretches out the
hand.

Surname 2

6. He uses a critical tone. The remarks he made about him have words like cruel and hard.
He must have studied him before coming to such a conclusion.
CHAPTER 2
1. The main plot of chapter 2 is the introduction of Tom’s double life. It helps us
understand the character and sets out activities recorded in the chapter. Interaction of the
other characters on Tom’s double life creates the story.
2. Nick meets the mistr...

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