Great Gatsby Chapters 5,6,7
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1.Describe the meeting between Gatsby and Daisy. Why was he so nervous?
It started very awkwardly because Gatsby don't really know how to act around her. It has been years that they met.
2.How long did it take Gatsby to make the money to buy the mansion?
3.Why did Gatsby want Daisy to see the house and his clothes?
It is now the time that he can show her all the things he have right now that he didn't have before. To show her that he is really and is good enough.
4.What had the green light on the dock meant to Gatsby?
To him, the green light is like Daisy.
5.What had Gatsby turned Daisy into in his own mind?
some kind of illusion.
1.What is Gatsby's real history? Where is he from, and what is his name?
His name is James Gatz and originally came from North Dakota.
2.What did Dan Cody do for Gatsby?
He went and travel with Cody. And acts like the one who take care of him when Cody is drunk. Then when Cody dies Gatsby got the money from him.
3.What is Daisy's opinion of Gatsby's party? How does this affect him?
She don't really like the idea of the party.
4.What does Gatsby want from Daisy?
He wants Daisy to tell him that she never love Tom and that everything will be the same.
What was Gatsby's reaction to Daisy's child?
He looks at her with surprise
What did Wilson do to Myrtle? Why?
Wilson locked Myrtle in her room until they are able to get away from the area. He suspects she is having an affair.
Why do the four drive into the city on such a hot afternoon?
Daisy says, "It's so hot and everything's so confused. Let's go to town." She wants to change the subject and not have a confrontation between Tom and Gatsby, but more than that, the city represents a place where one can get away from personal problems by being swept away by the busy, exciting city life.
What does Gatsby think about Daisy's relationship with Tom?
He truly believes that she never did love him.
What is Daisy's reaction to both men?
She is obviously torn. She wants the escape that Gatsby provides, but she recognizes that a permanent relationship with him would not work. She needs Tom, who is just as superficial and "careless" as she is. She also agrees with the one who bullies her the most, Tom.
What happens on the way home from New York?
Gatsby and Daisy are driving together in GAtsby's car. Daisy is driving to help calm herself after the confrontation between the two men. At Wilson's place, Myrtle runs out into the road. Daisy runs into her with Gatsby's car, sees that she has been hit, but instead of stopping at the accident, continues home.
How do these people react to Myrtle's death?
Wilson feels guilty as though he is responsible for her having the affair.
Tom's first instinct is to protect himself by telling Wilson that the yellow car was not his.
Nick feels sick and wants to be left alone.
Gatsby is concerned for Daisy.
What is the true relationship between Daisy and Tom?
They are birds of a feather. Daisy is a fairly weak person and tom is very domineering but they are both "careless" people. Neither one takes responsbility for his own actions.