The Great Gatsby: Chapter 4

Klipspringer is a man who came to Gatsby’s house so often and so long that he became known as the “boarder”. Who is Klipspringer?
Gatsby told Nick about his family, where he came from and about studying at Oxford. He even showed Nick some proof. What does Gatsby tell Nick about himself?
Gatsby wants Nick to hear from Jordan about Daisy and Gatsby past. Gatsby would like Nick to invite Daisy to tea so that Gatsby can stop by. What “matter” did Gatsby have Jordan Baker discuss with Nick?
Mr. Wolfshiem is Gatsby’s Jewish business associate, a gambler. Who is Mr. Wolfshiem?
Mr. Wolfshiem tells Nick that Gatsby is someone you want to take home to meet your mother and sister; he’s a gentleman. He confirms that Gatsby went to Oxford. What does Mr. Wolfshiem tell Nick about Gatsby?
Jordan tells Nick that Daisy was in love with Gatsby four years ago. Gatsby was called to war. Daisy married Tom instead. Gatsby goes to great lengths to see Daisy again. What does Jordan tell Nick about Daisy, Gatsby and Tom?
1. Gatsby’s disclosure in the car2. The meeting with Wolfshiem3. Jordan’s story about Daisy’s soldier What three major incidents happen in chapter 4
Nick Carroway Who recounts the summer’s coming and goings of people to and from Gatsby’s house?
Jay Gatsby Who claims they went to Oxford?
A Gambler What does Mr. Wolfshiem do for a living?
He disappears What does Gatsby do when he is introduced to Tom Buchanan?
The 1919 World Series What game did Mr. Wolfshiem supposedly fix?
Jordan Baker Who was a bridesmaid in Daisy’s wedding?
Nick and Jordan Who played tonsil hockey at the end of Chapter 4?

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