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Gatsby Study Guide Questions Chap 6-7

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John Bieler Professor Edgerly English 112 7 February 2007 The Great Gatsby Study Guide Questions Chapter 6 1. What is Gatsby’s real history? Where is he from, and what is his name? Gatsby’s real name is James Gatz and he was born on a North Dakota farm. He went to a college in Minnesota and worked as a janitor to pay tuition. He dropped out after two weeks and the next summer worked on Lake Superior. 2. What did Dan Cody do for Gatsby? Gatsby began working as Cody’s personal assistant and traveling with him. Gatsby realized the dangers of drinking from Cody. Cody left $25 thousand for Gatsby in his inheritance. 3. What is Daisy’s opinion of Gatsby’s party? How does this affect him? Daisy is upset at Gatsby’s party and has a very bad time. Gatsby then in turn becomes upset because Daisy has had such a bad time. 4. What does Gatsby want from Daisy? Gatsby wants Daisy to leave Tom so things can be the same as they were before he left Louisville.
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