The Great Gatsby Study Guide - The Great Gatsby Chapter One 1 How does Nick describe himself at the beginning of the book He is tolerant and doesnt make

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The Great Gatsby Chapter One : 1.How does Nick describe himself at the beginning of the book? 1.How does Nick describe Tom Buchanan? 1.Who is Jordan Baker?A friend of Daisy. 1.What is Gatsby doing when Nick first sees him? 1.Describe the ambiguity in Nick’s initial descriptions of Gatsby. 1.How does the tone of Nick’s description of Tom reveal Nick’s feelings about Tom? 1.How would you describe Daisy’s state of mind during dinner? 1. Nick thinks that, given the state of their marriage, Daisy should leave Tom, but it is clear to him that she has no intention of doing so. What indication is there that Tom and Daisy are closely linked despite their marital difficulties? The most significant link between Tom and Daisy is implied after Daisy’s outburst to Nick when she smirks “as if she had asserted her membership in a rather distinguished secret society to which she and Tom belonged.” 1.What indications are there that the green light will have a powerful emotional significance to Gatsby? 1.How does Nick meet Tom’s mistress?
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