The Great Gatsby is F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel of the roaring 20's, told from the perspective of Nick Carraway, who moves in next door to the eccentric millionaire Jay Gatsby. Over the course of the summer of 1922, Nick becomes drawn into Gatsby's world of excess, a world that also includes Nick's married cousin Daisy Buchanan, the object of Gatsby's obsession. Portraying a world of decayed social and moral values, The Great Gatsby serves as a critique of the Upper class and an exploration of the decline of the American dream.
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George Wilson is the owner of a:
How does Wilson kill Gatsby?
Who inspired Gatsby to earn his fortune?
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Daisy wishes that her daughter will grow up to be:
What is Nick's occupation in New York City?
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Which college did both Nick and Tom attend?
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Where did Daisy and Gatsby first meet?
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Who lives in West Egg?
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Who is the driver who kills Myrtle?
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For how long did Gatsby study at Oxford University?
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