The great Gatsby ( chapter 3)

What kinds of cars does Gatsby use to transport guests His station wagon and a Rolls Royce provide transportation for the guests
How do the guests behave The guests display the rules of behavior associated with amusements parks
What does Nick wear to the party He dresses up in his white flannels
How does Gatsby interact with guests He does not participate
What observation does Owl-Eyes make about Gatsbys library The library contains real balls through the pages have yet to be cut. Here, and in reference to tom’s “reading,” the emphasis seems to be on pseudo-intellectualism
What is Nicks’s first opinion of Gatsby He is impressed with his smile and his genuine interest
What happens at the end of the party as the guests are leaving A wheel comes off a drunken guests carats the occupants end up in a ditch
What does Gatsbys formal gesture of waving farewell remind us of Earlier he extended his arm over the bay to the green light
What story does Nick recall about Jordan , and what is the catalyst for his remembering She had moved her ball from a bad lie in the semi- final round of a golf tournament. Nick remembers this scandal as he and Jordan are on a house party together up in Warwick and she leaves a borrowed car out in the rain with the top down and the lied about it
How does Nick provide a contrast, a foil character, to Jordan Jordan is ” incurable dishonest” Nick is exceedingly honest

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