Reading Guide Chapter 7 Why did Gatsby fire his servants?

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The Great Gatsby

Reading Guide

Chapter 7

1. Why did Gatsby fire his servants?

Because Daisy was coming over to his house and he did not want gossip
2. Identify Pammy.

Daisy and Tom’s daughter
3. What was Gatsby’s reaction to Daisy’s child?

He almost can’t believe she’s real—her being real makes Tom and Daisy’s marriage real
4. What did Wilson do to Myrtle? Why?

Locked her in their apartment to keep her from running off
5. Describe the travel arrangements into town.

Jordan, Nick and Tom in Gatsby’s car, and Gatsby and Daisy in Tom’s car
6. What does Tom bring along wrapped in a towel?

7. Where does Tom stop the car on the way to town and why?

Wilson’s garage to get gas

8. Identify Michaelis.

Greek who runs the coffee shop in the Valley of Ashes and he saw Myrtle get hit
9. What did Tom discover about Gatsby’s drug stores?

They were a front for bootlegging
10. What event caused the commotion at Wilson’s garage?

Myrtle got hit by a car and was killed
11. Who was driving the car?

12. How do the people react to the event?

13. How does Daisy feel about both Tom and Gatsby?

She loves them both
14. How does Gatsby think Daisy feels about Tom?

That she doesn’t love Tom

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