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The Great Gatsby Review Game Character s Chap 1-4Chap 5-9ThemeSymbols1920’s BONUS
Characters 2 points: Who is the narrator of the novel? BACK
4 points: What does Daisy say is the best thing a girl can be? BACK Characters
6 points: What did Myrtle buy on her trip to New York? BACK Characters
8 Points: On the first night Nick went to Gatsby’s party he was one of the few guests who _________. BACK Characters
10 points: What is Jordan Baker’s occupation? BACK Characters
12 Points: James Gatz was most inspired by______. BACK
Characters 14 points: Name 3 of the characters who attend Gatsby’s funeral. BACK
Characters 16 points: Name the man who owns the coffee house in the Valley of Ashes BACK
Chapters points: Where do the old moneyed people live? BACK
Chapters points: Which character spoke of the book “The Rise of the Colored Empire”? BACK
Chapters points: Explain the difference between East and West Egg BACK
Chapters Points: What business is Gatsby supposedly in? BACK
Chapters Points: What does Catherine reveal about Myrtle and Tom’s individual marriages? BACK
Chapters Points: Where did Gatsby study after the war? BACK
Chapters Points: What metaphor is used to describe the behavior of Gatsby’s guests at his house parties? BACK
Chapters Points: Explain the irony in Jordan’s statement: I hate careless people BACK
Chapters points: What piece of furniture does Gatsby almost knock over? BACK
Chapters Points: Where do Gatsby and Daisy first meet? BACK
Chapters points: Why does Tom hit Myrtle in the New York apartment? BACK
Chapters points: How does Ella Kaye have an impact on Gatsby’s life? BACK
Chapters Points: What happens to all of Gatsby’s servants? BACK
Chapter Points What is Tom determined to do upon leaving Gatsby’s party? BACK
Chapters Points: Whose photograph is on Gatsby’s desk? BACK
Chapters points: How do the Sloanes treat Gatsby? BACK
Theme 2 points: In the story what two things determine which social class a person belongs to? BACK
Theme 4 Points: In what element are all characters the same despite their social class? What do they all have in common? BACK
Theme 6 Points: Which relationship seems to be the only example of “genuine love” in the story? BACK
Theme 8 Points: What does Gatsby mean when he says that Daisy’s voice is “full of money?” Does he mean this negatively? Does this comment say more about Daisy or Gatsby? BACK
Theme 10 Points: Nick says that the future is always receding in front of us, and that we’re forever beaten back towards the past. Is the future attainable in the novel? BACK
Theme 12 Points: How does Jordan’s “ carelessness” indicate dissatisfaction? Why is the wealthy society so careless? BACK
Theme 14 Points: What is the “unmistakable air of natural intimacy” Nick recognizes in Tom and Daisy after Myrtle is killed? BACK
Theme 16 points: Does Gatsby’s death prove he failed or succeeded in achieving the “American Dream”? Why? BACK
Symbols 2 Points What color is the light at the end of the Buchanan's dock? BACK
Symbols 4 Points Which character represents the poor, working class? BACK
Symbols 6 points: What is Old Owl Eyes able to perceive about Gatsby? His party goers? BACK
Symbols 8 points: What do Gatsby’s clothes symbolize? BACK
Symbols 10 Points: Explain one symbol that represents the “American Dream” BACK
Symbols 12 Points: If characters clothing represents true personality, why doesn’t Daisy wear mostly gold or green? BACK
Symbols 14 points: What does the color grey symbolize? Explain where things are described in grey? BACK
Symbols 16 points: How does the symbol of Dr. Eckleberg change from the beginning to the end of the novel? BACK
1920’s Culture 2 points: What is prohibition? BACK
1920’s Culture 4 points: What specific year is Gatsby set in?
1920’s Culture 6 points: What did Fitzgerald call the 1920’s? BACK
1920’s Culture 8 points: Which war did Gatsby fight in? BACK
1920’s Culture 10 points: What would you call a girl in the 1920’s who wore her hair in a bob with short skirts and rolled stalkings and like to dance the Charleston? BACK
1920’s Culture 12 points: Who was the U.S. President in 1922?
1920’s Culture 14 points: What is a speakeasy? BACK
BONUS: What is F. Scott Fitzgerald’s wife’s name?
Gatsby Jeopardy. 1 point each Round One In which decade did The Great Gatsby take place?
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