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5.What was Gatsby's reaction to Daisy's child?
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6.At what point did Tom realize that Daisy loved Gatsby? 7.How did Gatsby describe Daisy's voice? 8.Whose cars did Gatsby, Nick, Daisy, Tom, and Jordan take to New York? 9.Who drove each car and who rode in each? 10.Why does George Wilson need money? 11.What do Tom Buchanan and George Wilson have in common at this point? 12.Who was watching from the upstairs window when Tom stopped for gasoline on the way to New York City after the luncheon? 13.Where in New York did the group go? 14.What does Tom mean when he says to Gatsby "What kind ofrow are you trying to cause in my house anyhow (136)?" 15.What is the irony of Tom's defending family life and family institutions (137)? 16.Nick thinks "The transition [of Tom] from libertine to prig was so complete (137). What does he mean? 17.According to Gatsby, why did Daisy marry Tom? 18.What did Daisy mean when she said to Gatsby "Oh, you want too much!" 19.According to Tom, how did Gatsby make his money? 20.Which people rode in which cars on the return trip from New York to Long Island? 21.This was Nick's birthday. How old was he? 22.Who is Michaelis? 23.What happened to Myrtle? Chap 81.Why did Nick suggest that Gatsby go away? What was Gatsby's response? 2.What were Gatsby's intentions at first when he met Daisy? 3.How long did Daisy and Gatsby go out before he left for the war? 4.What happened to Gatsby after the war? 5.While Gatsby was in war, what did Daisy do? 6.What did Gatsby mean when he said "In any case, it was just personal" on page 160? 7.Why did Gatsby go to Louisville when he came back to U.S.? 8.When is this chapter taking place? 9.Why didn't Gatsby want the gardener to drain the pool? 10.What did Nick mean when he said "They're a rotten crowd-you're worth the whole damn bunch put together" on page 162?
11.Make a timetable of the events in this chapter. 12.What does Wilson discover? What does he do? 13.Who said,"You may fool me, but you can't fool God" and what does it mean? 14.The words "...and the holocaust was complete" refers to what two immediate events, and suggest what larger meaning? Chap 91.At the inquest, what testimony does Catherine give regarding her sister Myrtle? 2.After Gatsby's death, why did Nick feel 'responsible' for getting someone for Gatsby? 3.What did Nick learn when he called up Daisy to tell her aboutGatsby's death?

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