The Great Gatsby c. 1-3

How does the narrarator describe Gatsby? he had a gift of hope and was a romantic
Where did the narrarator come from and why? the middle west; to learn the bond business
Describe the narrarators house average middle class bungalow, small
Describe the Bunchanan’s house. colonial georgian mansion
How does nick know tom and daisy? daisy is his cousin and he knew tom from school
Describe Tom. athletic, arrogant, old money snob
What kind of person is Daisy? superficial flighty socialite
What didi Miss Baker tell Nick about Tom? that he had a mistress
When asked about her daughter, what does Daisy say? she talks and eats and everything
How is Gatsby introduced into the novel? his name is mentioned between nick and jordan, he is seen standing on his lawn at night, then vanishes
what is the valley of ashes? an industrial zone on the way into the city
what are the eyes of Dr TJ Eckleburg? a billboard close to the city
Who did Tom take Nick to meet? his mistress
Who are Myrtle and George Wilson? Myrtle is Tom’s mistress, George is her gullible husband
What did Mrs. Wilson buy while she was out with Tom and Nick? a puppy
Where did they go and what was on 158th st? New York; tom’s apartment for meeting mrs. wilson
Who is Catherine? myrtle’s sister
Who are Mr. and Mrs. McKee? neighbors that live in the apartment building
What does Mr. McKee tell Nick about Gatsby? that he’s a newphew or cousin of Kaiser Wilhelm and thats’s where his money comes from
why did Myrtle marry George Wilson? she thought he was a gentleman and knew something about breeding
what did Tom do to Myrtle when she mentioned Daisy? broke her nose

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