The Great Gatsby. Test Review. Who’s Who. This person believed in getting back the past. They believed in the green light. They threw large parties. Jay Gatsby. Who’s Who. This person played a sport professionally (golf) They were incurably dishonest according to Nick. Jordan Baker.
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The Great Gatsby Test Review
Who’s Who • This person believed in getting back the past. • They believed in the green light. • They threw large parties.
Who’s Who • This person played a sport professionally (golf) • They were incurably dishonest according to Nick.
Who’s Who • This person was a “boarder” at Gatsby’s house. • He played the piano. • He wanted his tennis shoes.
Who’s Who • Had human molars as cufflinks • Rumored to have fixed the 1919 World Series • Did business with Gatsby
Who’s Who • Drunk man in Gatsby’s library • Saw Gatsby for who he really was • Came to Gatsby’s funeral
Who’s Who • Tom’s mistress • Was killed by a yellow car
Who’s Who • Narrator of the story • Daisy’s second cousin once removed • Moved back to the West
Who’s Who • From North Dakota • Came back for the funeral • Jimmy’s father
Who’s Who • Played football in college • Has a bad temper • Feels he is superior to others • Quite ignorant in general
Who’s Who • Gatsby’s mentor and inspiration • Had a drinking problem • Was a self-made man
Who’s Who • Owned a garage • Kills Gatsby and himself
Who’s Who • The object of Gatsby’s affection and energy • Wanted her daughter to be a beautiful little fool. • Quite cynical and self-centered
The Facts • In what state does the novel take place?
The Facts • In what era does the story take place?
The Facts • Where does Gatsby and Nick live?
The Facts • Where were Tom and Nick educated?
The Facts • Why did Nick move to New York?
The Facts • In what war did Gatsby and Nick serve?
The Facts • What items symbolize money in the book?
The Facts • Why did Gatsby knock over the clock when meeting Daisy?
The Facts • What are a few themes in the novel?
Money cannot buy happiness, you cannot relive the past, and the decline of the American Dream
The Facts • Whose voice is “full of money” and who said it?
The Facts • What did Mr. Wilson find in Myrtle’s drawer?
The Facts • Why did Tom hit Myrtle and break her nose?
The Facts • Where did Gatsby and Daisy reunite?