8.10 Unit Test: The Great Gatsby

Listen, the question might be worded differently in the future though the answers could still be the same. also if you can’t understand the book go to youtube and search “the great gatsby movie” and you’ll see a user by the name of “Knowledge Builder”. GO CLICK IT, watch it, then read the book.
Which literary movement that emerged after World War I included experimental techniques to capture and depict the contradictions and complexities of life? Modernism
Why were young people who came of age in the first decades of the 1900s, as writers such as F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway did, dubbed the Lost Generation? They had lost their faith in the goodness of humanity as a result of the violence of World War I.
The Great Gatsby highlights __________. the empty materialism that is damaging American society
Nick Carraway is the narrator of The Great Gatsby, which means that readers __________. view the events of the novel through the filter of his eyes and his opinions
Nick’s assertion that he is one of the few __________ people he has ever known is questionable in light of his behavior at several points in the novel. honest
What does Gatsby suggest when he describes Daisy’s voice as being “full of money”? He suggests that her wealth is a defining and intrinsic aspect of her character.
How do readers view Tom Buchanan as a result of his behavior in the novel’s opening chapter? Readers immediately recognize that Tom is a cruel bully.
Gatsby throws lavish parties that are well attended, but the mood of these affairs is generally one of __________. carefree but false happiness
The different ways that Daisy and Gatsby reacted when challenging circumstances threatened their relationship as Gatsby tried to get home from Europe after World War I demonstrate __________. Gatsby’s determination and Daisy’s weakness
Which of the following is a symbol of Daisy, money, and past happiness in The Great Gatsby? the green light at the end of Daisy’s dock
When Gatsby tells him about the things like his time at Oxford, his medals for his service in the war, and his time living “like a young rajah in all the capitals of Europe,” Nick feels __________. as though Gatsby is lying, and he dislikes him
What do the eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg come to represent in the novel? the eyes of God
In The Great Gatsby, car accidents come to represent the __________ of the novel’s characters. carelessness
What is Gatsby’s attitude toward the forward march of time? He rejects it, fully believing that it is possible to recapture the past.
At the end of the novel, Nick returns to the Midwest because __________. he has come to associate the East with the ugliness of human nature and moral corruption
Fin ..
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still, I’d eat ’em – – no matter how weird the gender is

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