The Crucible Chapter 4 quiz study guide

What does Gatsby tell Nick about himself? He tells Nick that he comes from a wealthy family in the Midwest. Won medals fighting in the war. He went to Oxford University. He collected Jewels in the capitals of Europe.
What accomplishment of Meyer Wolfshein’s does Gatsby describe to Nick? How does Nick React? He “fixed” the 1918 world series. Nick feels Wolfsheim is involved with organized Crime.
According to Jordon, what did Daisy do on her wedding day? Why? What does this reveal about about Daisy? She got drunk and threw Tom’s present of expensive pearls in the trash.
Why does Gatsby want to have tea with Daisy in Nick’s house? Why doesn’t Gatsby ask Nick for this favor himself? Why did Gatsby to see his house? He still loves Daisy. He is afraid Daisy will refuse to see him. He wants Daisy to see his house to impress her.
What does Tom do when he and Daisy return from their honeymoon? He has an affair and gets in a car accident.
What does Gatsby’s friendship with Meyer Wolfshein imply about his own background? That he may be shady & involved with organized Crime.
List all the rumors told about Gatsby. That he was a German spy. That he murdered someone in his past.
Why does Fitzgerald list all of Gatsby’s party guest? To show that the people where rich & did not care about Gatsby. They were all just interested in the party.
Why does Gatsby tell Nick about his life? Do you believe Gatsby? Does Nick? Because he wants Nick to trust him & not believe all the rumors people are saying.
What role does Meyer Wolfsheim play in the novel? Why is there so much focus on his novel and what does this tell you about Fitzgerald’s politics? He connects Gatsby to organize Crime. Fitzgerald shows antisemmitism toward Jews, stereotyping WolfSheim with a very Jewish name and Big Nose.
Nick says, “there are only the pursued, the pursueing, the busy and the tired.” What does Nick mean? How does each character in the novel fit the schema? Gatsby is a person that is always pursued & others persue. Nick pursues Jordan & Gatsby. The busy are always doing something like Tom & Jordan. The tired are barely doing anything like Daisy.

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