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F. Scott
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Fitzgerald

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Who is the narrator of in The Great Gatsby?

Jay Gatsby

Nick Carraway

Daisy Buchanan

Unknown
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Who is Nick Carraway’s cousin?

Myrtle Wilson

Jordan Baker

Daisy Buchanan

John Timme
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Tom Buchanan is secretly seeing someone romantically besides his


wife…what is this woman’s name?

Elizabeth Swan

Jordan Baker

Anne Walsh

Myrtle Wilson
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This woman enjoys golfing and has become interested in


Nick throughout the story; she is also Daisy’s best friend.

Anne Walsh

Jordan Baker

Megan Stanton

Daisy Buchanan
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Who left a pair of tennis shows in Gatsby’s mansion and


calls Nick after the funeral about possibly getting them
back?

Tom

His father

Klipspringer

Dr. Timme
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ACTS FOR 10 Points

Where was Gatsby’s body found?

The library

His pool

In his car

With Daisy
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Which side of the city represents the newly rich and


where Gatsby lived?

East Egg

West Egg

Upper Town

Lower Town
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Which side of the city represents more traditional social


values and ideals?

East Egg

West Egg

Upper Town

Lower Town

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What does Gatsby do every weekend that seems to Nick very


pointless?

Play board games

Throw Parties

Spy on Daisy

Drink to get drunk

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Where have American’s values not started to decay, as of yet,


according to Nick?

New York City

Detroit

Oklahoma

Minnesota

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What is the symbol that Gatsby is reaching for that represents his
hopes and dreams?

Daisy’s shoe

The Green Light

Gatsby’s Car

The glasses

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What place represents the moral and social decay?

Gatsby’s House

Tom’s House

The Apartment

The Valley of Ashes

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What element seems to change with what is happening in the


plot?
Example: When Daisy and Gatsby are reunited?

Time

Season

Weather

Year

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What body part of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg is affecting the characters in The Great
Gatsby?

Ears

Eyes

Nose

Mouth

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What larger idea does the Doctor T. J. Eckleburg’s billboard


represent?

God

Moses

President

Gatsby

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Who did F. Scott Fitzgerald fall in love with and base most of
his female characters on?

Marie Entwines

Zelda Sayre

Heather Bates

Lindsey Gaffer

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Who was most like F. Scott Fitzgerald himself in The Great


Gatsby?

Tom Buchanan

Nick Carraway

George Wilson

Jay Gatsby

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Which book convinced Fitzgerald’s wife to marry him?

The Beautiful and the Damned

Tender is the Night

This Side of Paradise

The Last Tycoon

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Where was F. Scott Fitzgerald born?

Harrisburg, PA

New York, New York

Columbus, Ohio

St. Paul, Minnesota

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Where was F. Scott Fitzgerald stationed during World War I?

Florida

Alabama

Maine

Out of the US
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MISCELLANEOUS FOR 10 Points

Who murdered Jay Gatsby?

Nick

Wilson

John

Daisy
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Who was driving the car that killed Myrtle?

Gatsby

Nick

Daisy

Jordan
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Why did Jay Gatsby think that Daisy would wait for him?

She was pregnant

They got married

Tom was murdered

Her promise
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What operation in Gatsby running?

Bootlegging

Garage

Plumbing

Electrician
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What does the gardener want to do that Gatsby tells him not
too?

Clean the car

Drain the pool

Make dinner early

Rack all the leaves


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Based on your knowledge of America in the
1920’s, what attitudes on the culture are demonstrated
by Fitzgerald through the novel.

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