In the 1920s, what were the values of the Midwest considered to be?
More conservative than those of the East
More advanced than the East
Simply different to those of the East
In the Midwestern city where their home is, how well known is Nick's family?
They are not well known
They have been well known for generations
They have has recently become very well known
What happens to Nick as the action of the book progresses?
He decides to remain permanently in New York
He comes to realise that the Midwest was dull and restrictive
He comes to prefer the Midwest and its values to the East
Where was Gatsby's real family home?
How does West Egg compare to East Egg?
East Egg is less wealthy but more socially exclusive
East Egg is just as wealthy, if not wealthier, and more socially exclusive
East Egg is inhabited by people with 'new money' rather than 'old money'
Who lives in a house which is described as an "imitation of some Hôtel de Ville"?
Daisy and Tom
Who lives in a house which is described as "a small eyesore"?
Where are the "eyes of Doctor T.J. Eckleburg"?
on a large billboard
on the wall of George Wilson's garage
outside a church in the valley of ashes
Who has furniture decorated with scenes of ladies at Versailles?
What is a feature of the room at the Plaza Hotel?
It is air-conditioned
It is too warm with the windows open
It is too warm with the windows closed