Great Gatsby questions chapter 4

What does Gatsby tell Nick about himself? -He went to Oxford-He had a wealthy family all of them are dead-He started to collecting jewels, chiefly rubies, and hunting big game
What accomplishment of Meyer Wolfshein’s does Gatsby describe to Nick? How does Nick react? He tells him that he was a gambler and Nick was very surprised.
According to Jordan, what did Daisy do on her wedding day? Why? What does this reveal about Daisy? She started to drink. Because she got a letter from Gatsby. She still cares about Gatsby.
Why does Gatsby’s friendship with Meyer Wolfshein imply about his own background? He was in with the wrong people
What does Tom do when he and Daisy return from their honeymoon? Tom got into a wreck and it was on the news and there was a girl with him and she broke her arm
What does Gatsby’s friendship with Meyer Wolfshein imply about his own background? Gatsby was a gambler and he did some bad stuff
List all of the rumors told about Gatsby. – Gatsby is a German spy- Gatsby has killed someone
Why does Fitzgerald list all of Gatsby’s party guests? To show the reader to difference between the West and East Egg people that go to the party
Why does Gatsby tell Nick about his life? Do you believe Gatsby? Does Nick? In order for Nick to trust Gatsby into doing a favor for him. Yes. Yes
What role does Meyer Wolfshein play in the novel? Why is there so much focus on his nose and what does this tell you about Fitzgerald’s politics? He is one of Gatsby’s old friends. His nose is so big. He is not that much of a nice person
Nick says “There are only the pursued, the pursuing, the busy and the tired. “What does Nick mean? How does each character in the novel fit into this schema? Nick means that there are different kinds of people and some are willing to do things and some are just to lazy to do stuff.Some of the characters do not care about anything because they are so rich and they don’t think they need anything, and the poor people work there hardest and do all they can in order to live

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