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A STEP BEYOND

TESTS AND ANSWERS

TEST 1

_____ 1. Nick Carraway was born --

A. in the Northeast
B. in the Midwest
C. in the South

_____ 2. The character who first appears "in riding clothes... standing with his legs apart on the front porch" is --

A. Gatsby
B. Tom Buchanan
C. George Wilson

_____ 3. The pretentious expression, "I'm p-paralyzed with happiness," is spoken by --

A. Jordan Baker
B. Daisy Buchanan
C. Gatsby

_____ 4. James Gatz is --

A. Daisy's cousin
B. Gatsby's piano player
C. Gatsby's real name


_____ 5. Nick Carraway recalls a story which implied that Jordan Baker once --

A. betrayed a close friend
B. stole some money
C. cheated at golf

_____ 6. Gatsby shows a police officer --

A. a fifty dollar bill
B. a Christmas card from the police commissioner
C. the damage done to the front fender of his car

_____ 7. The character who hangs up the phone in Nick's ear "with a sharp click" is --

A. Gatsby
B. Tom Buchanan
C. Jordan Baker

_____ 8. When Nick tells Gatsby, "You can't repeat the past," Gatsby replies --

A. "Of course you can."
B. "After all I've done? That's nonsense."
C. "I'd never thought of that before, Old Sport."

_____ 9. Doctor T. J. Eckleburg becomes a symbol of --

A. Gatsby's "romantic readiness"
B. Nick's friendship for Gatsby
C. the lack of morals prevalent in the East

_____ 10. Myrtle Wilson's nose is broken by --

A. Gatsby
B. Tom Buchanan
C. George Wilson

11. Is Gatsby a "hero?" Discuss. --

12. Describe Fitzgerald's attitude toward money in The Great Gatsby. --

13. Discuss Nick Carraway as Narrator and Character. --

14. Analyze Fitzgerald's use of setting as "moral geography." --

15. Select one of the major symbols of the novel and show how Fitzgerald uses it.

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