If the comparison with Christ were to continue throughout the book what would

If the comparison with christ were to continue

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6.If the comparison with Christ were to continue throughout the book, what would happen to Gatsby? 7.What is Gatsby’s view of the past? 8.When Nick says that Gatsby “wanted to recover something, some idea of himself perhaps, that had gone into loving Daisy,” what do you think he means? 9.At the end of the chapter, Nick describes Gatsby kissing Daisy in Louisville five years before. What is Gatsby giving up when he kisses her? 10. Why?
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1.Why does Gatsby stop giving parties? 2.When does Tom first realize that Daisy is in love with Gatsby? 3.Why is Myrtle Wilson upset when she sees Tom and Jordan? 4.Why does George Wilson lock Myrtle in the bedroom? 5.How does Gatsby characterize Daisy’s voice? 6.What do you think he means by this? 7.Why does Gatsby lose Daisy during the confrontation at the Plaza? 8.Why does Tom insist that Daisy go home with Gatsby? 9.What do you think this tells us about Tom’s character and his relationship with Daisy? 10. At the end of the chapter, Gatsby is standing alone, looking out at Daisy’s house. Where else in the novel does he do this?
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