- 1 What is the circus wagon Tom refers to?
- 2 What does Gatsby’s car symbolize Chapter 7?
- 3 Why does Tom insist on driving Gatsby’s car How does Daisy respond How does Gatsby respond?
- 4 Who was driving Gatsby’s car?
- 5 What color was Tom’s car?
- 6 What was Gatsby’s reaction to Daisy’s child?
- 7 Why does Daisy kill Myrtle?
- 8 Who says her voice is full of money?
- 9 What color is Gatsby’s car that hit Myrtle?
- 10 Why is Tom expose the Oxford lie?
- 11 How does Nick react when he realizes Gatsby’s innocence?
- 12 What foreshadows trouble at Gatsby’s mansion?
- 13 Did Jay Gatsby kill anyone?
- 14 Why is Gatsby’s love for Daisy doomed?
- 15 Why is Daisy Buchanan the worst character?
What is the circus wagon Tom refers to?
Tom even describes Gatsby’s famous yellow car as a “ circus wagon ” (Fitzgerald 161).
What does Gatsby’s car symbolize Chapter 7?
Gatsby’s car is a symbol for moral decay as it is used in Daisy’s hit and run. The yellow glasses of T.J Eckleburg are able to see the sin and moral decay that Daisy has committed, that others are not able to see.
Why does Tom insist on driving Gatsby’s car How does Daisy respond How does Gatsby respond?
How does Gatsby respond? A: Tom doesn’t insist on driving Gatsby’s car; he insists on Daisy going in Gatsby’s car. He insists in this because he wants to talk to Nick and Jordan about how Daisy is cheating on him with Gatsby.
Who was driving Gatsby’s car?
Daisy happened to be driving Gatsby’s car at this point, and was so upset by earlier events that she was not able to correctly handle the vehicle. Sadly, Daisy struck and killed Myrtle. Jay Gatsby is so in love with Daisy that he is willing to take the blame and the consequences of the accident.
What color was Tom’s car?
Tom Buchanan’s car is mentioned as a blue coupe.
What was Gatsby’s reaction to Daisy’s child?
What was Gatsby’s reaction to Daisy’s child? Gatsby can’t believe that Daisy’s daughter is real, because that means Tom and Daisy’s marriage is real. What did Wilson do to Myrtle? Wilson locks her up in their apartment to keep her from running off.
Why does Daisy kill Myrtle?
Another reason why Daisy is to blame for Myrtle’s death is that she didn’t stop to check on Myrtle. Because before the accident happened, Daisy was already upset from the conversation with Jay. Gatsby had told Daisy to tell her husband that she never loved him.
Who says her voice is full of money?
What does Gatsby mean when he says Daisy’s voice is “full of money “? When Gatsby says Daisy’s voice is “full of money,” he means that one can sense her wealth and privilege just from hearing her speak. The beautiful Daisy has always lived a life of luxury, facing no consequences for her words or actions.
What color is Gatsby’s car that hit Myrtle?
At the garage in the valley of ashes, George and Myrtle Wilson argue and she runs out into the street where she is hit by a ‘big yellow car ‘. The narrative switches back to Nick. Tom realises that it was Gatsby’s car that struck and killed Myrtle.
Why is Tom expose the Oxford lie?
tom learns as much about gatsby as he can and calss him out on it in front of daisy. why is it important to tom to expose the oxford -man lie? only stayed there for 5 months because it was an opportunity given to him after the armistice. expose his lies and gets daisy to question him a little.
How does Nick react when he realizes Gatsby’s innocence?
At first, Nick thinks that Gatsby has run over Myrtle and kept on going, without even the decency to stop. Nick therefore feels a dislike that only intensifies when Gatsby speculates that nobody saw his car hit Myrtle: I disliked him so much by this time that I didn’t find it necessary to tell him he was wrong.
What foreshadows trouble at Gatsby’s mansion?
Terms in this set (15) What foreshadows trouble at the Gatsby mansion? The description of the servants and the way they act.
Did Jay Gatsby kill anyone?
Yes, he killed many. There is an irony in Gatsby’s story, since his bravado, willingness to risk his life and to take many others is rewarded.
Why is Gatsby’s love for Daisy doomed?
Why is Gatsby’s love for Daisy doomed to fail? She can never live up to the idea of who Gatsby thinks she is. Who tells Nick that they don’t need to be careful because “it takes two to make an accident”? What does Daisy represent to Gatsby?
Why is Daisy Buchanan the worst character?
Lures him along until she’s taken every last thing from him and then throws him away. Therefore making her the worst character in The Great Gatsby. By worst character, I mean Daisy is the villain of this whole story. She’s manipulative and cruel but hides it behind her whimsical stare.