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The Great Gatsby Review Game
Transcript of The Great Gatsby Review Game
Each team must select a captain. If you shout out an answer, the first time your team loses five points; the second time you will be removed from the class.
When it is your turn:
Chapter Two Questions
Chapter Three Questions
Chapter Three, Four, and Five Questions
Chapter One Questions
Chapter Six and Seven Questions
Chapter 8-9 Questions
Answer the question correctly for two points
Pass the question to another team, but lose one point
You lose two points, and the next team has the opportunity to answer correctly for one point
1. How does the narrator describe Gatsby?
2. Where did the narrator come from and why was he living in New York?
3. Describe the narrator's house
4. How does Nick know Daisy and Tom?
5. Describe the Buchanan's house
6. Describe Tom. What is our impression of him in Chapter 1?
12. What is the "valley of ashes"? Where is it located?
19. What did Tom do to Myrtle when she mentioned Daisy's name?
20. Describe Gatsby's wealth. List some of the things that represent wealth.
27. Everyone - Is Gatsby a "phony"?
28. Who is Klipspringer?
39. Everyone – What was truly upsetting Daisy about Gatsby’s shirts? What did they symbolize?
40. What is Gatsby's real history? Where is he from, and what is his name?
51. Everyone - What is the true relationship between Daisy and Tom?
52. What does Michaelis believe caused Myrtle to run?
63. What do East Egg and West Egg represent?
68. What is the name of the time period the novel was written during?
69. Everyone - Why is Gatsby’s love for Daisy doomed to fail?
7. What kind of person is Daisy?
8. When asked about her daughter, what does Daisy say?
9. What did Miss Baker tell Nick about Tom?
9. What did Miss Baker tell Nick about Tom?
10. How is Gatsby introduced into the novel?
11. Everyone - At this point, why doesn’t Nick try to talk to Gatsby?
13. What are the "eyes of Dr. T. J. Eckleburg?
14. Who did Tom take Nick to meet?
15. Identify Myrtle and George Wilson.
16. What did Mrs. Wilson buy while she was out with Tom and Nick?
17. Where did they go? What was at 158th Street?
18. What reason did Myrtle give for marrying George Wilson?
21. What kind of people come to Gatsby's parties?
22. Why did Nick Carraway go to the party?
23. How does Nick meet Gatsby?
24. What are some of the stories about Gatsby?
25. What phrase does Gatsby frequently use?
26. Describe Nick's relationship with Jordan
29. What does Gatsby tell Nick about himself?
30. How does Gatsby prove these stories to Nick?
31. What "matter" did Gatsby have Jordan Baker discuss with Nick?
32. Who is Mr. Wolfshiem?
33. What does Mr. Wolfshiem tell Nick about Gatsby?
34. Where do Jordan and Daisy come from?
35. Describe the meeting between Gatsby and Daisy. Why was he so nervous?
36. Why did Gatsby want Daisy to see the house and his clothes?
37. What had the green light on the dock meant to Gatsby?
38. What had Gatsby turned Daisy into in his own mind?
41. What did Dan Cody do for Gatsby?
42. What is Daisy's opinion of Gatsby's party? How does this affect him?
43. What does Gatsby want from Daisy?
44. What was Gatsby's reaction to Daisy's child?
45. What did Wilson do to Myrtle? Why?
46. Why do the five drive into the city on such a hot afternoon?
47. What does Gatsby think about Daisy's relationship with Tom?
48. What is Daisy's reaction to both men?
49. What happens on the way home from New York?
50. How do these people react to Myrtle's death:
54. Why does Wilson believe that Gatsby killed Myrtle?
53. Why did she run?
55. What does Wilson do?
56. Why couldn't Nick get anyone to come to Gatsby's funeral?
57. Who is Henry C. Gatz?
58. What is the book Henry Gatz shows Nick? Why is it important to the novel?
59. Who is the party-goer that is one of the few people to attend Gatsby's funeral?
60. What happens between Nick and Jordan Baker?
61. What does Nick say about people like Daisy and Tom?
62. Where was Gatsby born?
64. What does Dr. T.J. Eckleberg represent?
65. Gatsby’s hope for a future with Daisy and his endless devotion to his dream are embodied in this symbol.
66. To some readers, Nick may seem to this kind of narrator, which causes us to question his credibility.
67. Gatsby uses this phrase to figuratively describe what Daisy's voice sounds like.