What does the green light symbolise in 'The Great Gatsby'? (2 correct answers)
Tom's marriage to Daisy
Gatsby's love and longing for Daisy
Gatsby's hope and the American Dream
What type of narrator is Nick? (4 correct answers)
Third Person Omniscent
What do Dr T.J. Eckleberg's eyes represent? (2 correct answers)
'The Great Gatsby' ends with the line 'So we beat on, boats against the current, travelling ceaselessly into the past'.
Which setting of the novel is more exclusive and known as being 'Old Money'?
What does the first line of the novel show about Nick?
He is an unreliable narrator
He is vulnerable
He is from a rich family
He is inclined to withhold all judgement
Which war were both Nick and Gatsby involved in?
World War One
World War Two
American Civil War
Why does Gatsby throw extravagant parties?
To distract from his illegal business ventures
He is lonely and hopes to make friends this way
He hopes to that they will attract Daisy one day
To show off his lavish lifestyle and wealth
What does the repetition of imagery of clocks represent? (2 correct answers)
The passing of time
Gatsby's dream of turning back time
Materialistic views of 1920s American society
What is Gatsby's father's name, and what does he represent?
James Gatz; The difference between Gatsby and his old life
Henry B. Gatz; Old fashioned values
Henry C. Gatz; The difference between reality and Gatsby's facade
James C. Gatz; The difference between Old Money and New Money
What is the name of Daisy and Tom's daughter?
She doesn't have a name