Changing Reasons for the North's Involvement in the Civil War
Abraham Lincoln was not elected President based on a promise to end
slavery. In fact, it was just the opposite. He promised to leave slavery
alone in the South. However, Lincoln wanted to preve
The Great Gatsby Chapter 8 Quiz
1. At the beginning of the chapter, the story is interrupted at its most dramatic point. What is the author's
purpose in breaking the story here?
2. What prompts Gatsby to talk freely to Nick at this point?
The Great Gatsby Chapter 6 Quiz
1. What was Gatsby's birth name? Why and when did he change it?
2. In what way was Dan Cody involved in Gatsby's destiny?
3. Why does Tom attend Gatsby's party? How does this scene reveal the contras
The Great Gatsby Chapter 4 & 5 Quiz
1. The introductory section of chapter 4 gives a long list of people at Gatsby's parties. How do they behave
toward their host? Why do they accept his hospitality?
2. Describe Gatsby's car. What
The Great Gatsby Chapter 2 & 3 Quiz
1. What is conveyed in the highly descriptive opening paragraph of chapter 2?
2. What are the eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg?
3. Evaluate Myrtle's talk of her unhappy marriage. What does she seem to be trying
The Great Gatsby Study Guide Questions
1. Why are we still reading a book written in the 1920's? What gives a book its longevity?
2. How was the 1920's a reaction to WWI?
3. Some people think that having money leads to happiness. Do you