Ten words that contribute to the impact of the last sentence of the paragraph pH are “stewarded”, “sturdy’, “hard mouth”, “supercilious manner, “shining arrogant t eyes”, “aggressively”, “effeminate swank”, “enormous power”, “glistening boots”, and great pack of muscle”. These words give the last sentence credibility and significance by high hilting why his body was cruel in the sentences before. The effect of the last sentence is great TTYL magnified by the entire paragraph. 3. The first thing Daisy says in the novel is “I’m paralyzed with happiness. HTH s could mean that she is interested in Nick, so she wants to start a conversation with him. H forever, this could also mean that she is only just extremely excited with his appearance. 4. Because Tom Buchanan has nowhere to go in life after reaching the high p mint of his life in his twenties, nothing excites him anymore. Nick’s comment means that Tom law yes wants to nibble at anything, even if they are stale. His egotism, or love of himself, can no long ere satisfy his heart and desires, so he will do anything it takes to be happy again. 5.
The darkness is “unquiet” because it foreshadows a dark event in the future e. Darkness is usually referred to something negative, so Fitzgerald wants to use the symbols SMS to have readers anticipate a bad event. Contrary to the green light in Gatsby dreams, the dark k night is more off discouraging sight. 6. The three most effective images with which Willow’s character is establish d are valley of she, his turning gray from the ashes, and the author’s description of the drag Hebrides. All are very sullen and dark depictions of Wilson, which correlates to his character.
B y reading the environment he lives in it is easy to deduce what kind of personality that Will on has. 7. Nick’s comment “l was within and without, simultaneously enchanted and r peeled by the inexhaustible variety of life” serves to relate to Nick’s ambivalent personals¶y’. During Tom and Myrtle’s party, Nick was able to both watch and participate in the party. Fitting real uses this opportunity to highlight his use of point of view. 8. The contrast with the previous scene in the first paragraph is that the tone I s different, with the previous being more quiet and the following one having lots of music and cacti on.
The sentence that creates a magical tone is “In his blue gardens men and girls came and we NT like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars. ” This is magical be cause it shows people coming and going without any explanation. Fitzgerald choice of verbs is important because it adds a lot of imagery that sets the tone and picture for the reader. 9. There is a shift in verb tense in the fourth paragraph of chapter three to chi Eng the purpose of the paragraph. By using the past tense, it tells a story and recalls past events t o the reader.
However, by using the present tense, Fitzgerald is able to set a scene himself f or events to occur at that very moment. 10. The sentence means that although Nick expects some people to whisper or gossip about him, there are people that shouldn’t even concern him that talk about him quietly. This is surprising to him because he would never expect these people to even think about Nick in that way. The purpose of this sentence is to build a shroud of mystery around Gatsby and w hat his intentions are. 1 . The language in the first sentence and short paragraph creates an effect t o view Gatsby as a not so good person.
By having women talk about him killing someone and of him being a brother to the devil emphasizes his evil appearance to others. The tone of the paragraph pH is very dark and brooding, and it serves to heighten the sketchy background of Gatsby. 12. Because Wolfishness cuff buttons are made from human molars, they seer eve to emphasize his cruelty and indifference towards human suffering. Towards the greater picture e, Wolfishly is used to depict Gatsby as someone who gained wealth through questionable means. The affiliation with such a disgusting question would make people question Gatsby Yes true nature. 3. The comment by Nick was made to refer to Daisy speediness in Gatsby ‘s eyes. To him, Daisy was his main goal to reach, and he wanted to get her no matter what. H forever because of unintended circumstances, they are torn apart, and cannot see each other gag main. To Nick, he admires this part of Gatsby, and how he always has his eyes on her. 14. The atmosphere created by the passage is a creepy and unsettling one. W rods that enhance these feelings are “feudal silhouette”, “guests concealed behind every couch a d table”, and “allowed man”.
By using these words, Fitzgerald creates a sense of dread in t he environment and cause unease in readers. 15. The light that Fitzgerald is referring to is the green light that is symbolized as Gatsby reaching for Daisy. The love for Daisy IS characterized as an “enchanted object “to him, because it is that special to him. However, when he gives up his dream on marrying Dad sis, the 16. Nick’s comment means that to Gatsby, Nick saw a lot of interest in him be cause of the way he lived. There was no hatred towards Daisy, and even she was able to make him laugh and be pappy.
Although Nick did not usually take good notice of other people, this w as an exception because of how interesting Gatsby actually was. 17. The language of the paragraph creates a dreamlike world because of the diction used by Fitzgerald. The “fairy’s wing’ automatically reminds one of a fantasy setting, w which heightens Fitzgerald purpose. Also, phrases such as “clock ticked on the washstand an d the moon soaked with the wet light” serve to paint a surreal picture for the reader. 18. Gatsby attitude towards time is immature, because he thinks that time w ill stop for him and e can resume it whenever he wants.
This is seen in the case with Daisy, where e he wants to get back with her when she already has a baby and is married. This view of time f room Gatsby causes him to misunderstand a lot of things and get into trouble. 19. Words like “mysterious excitement” and ‘White with moonlight” serve to c intricate to the tone of mysterious excitement established in the first paragraph. Other word s such as “incarnation” and “sentimentality” also have a cryptic tone, and Fitzgerald mass tearfully crafts these words to depict a vivid and descriptive mood for the reader. 20.
Gatsby dream to be back together with Daisy is ideal because he is think Eng about the best possible scenario, which is that he happily gets with Daisy with no consequence cues. However, this is corrupt because in this case that would be impossible because of all of the events that occurred up to this point. His dream is much too idealistic in his favor, and is corrupter d for his standards only. 21 . Nick explains the charm of Daisy’s voice by saying that “her voice is full of money… Thaws it”. Money is usually referred as something that is valued, so when a voice is f lull of money, that curatively means that it has a lot of value.
However, it is notes her speaking g that resembles wealth, but her whole lifestyle as well as she came from a rich family. 22. The last sentences of this chapter continues Gatsby dream because they reveal how much emptiness there really is in it. Although Gatsby wishes for Daisy, that can never r happen in this scenario , and he is just “watching over nothing’. His attempts are futile, and will not work out well for him in the future if he keeps striving for it. 23. The allusion adds meaning to the reader’s understanding of Gatsby dread m because Fitzgerald refers to something that he or she can understand better.
The grail is referring to the Holy Grail, a revered object during medieval times that knights would strive to obtain. Knights are also analogous to Gatsby, as he has traces of chivalry that is presented to wards Daisy. 24. The simile that creates a suggestion about Daisy is “gleaming like silver”. T o Gatsby, this means that Daisy is as precious as silver , and is shining right in front of him. S he is “safe and proud above the hot struggles of the poor”, so that serves to show Daisy pre conscious even further to Gatsby. 25. The paragraph creates an effect of creating the American Dream.
Because Daisy’s life was “redolent of orchids and pleasant”, with “cheerful snobbery and orchestras w which set the rhythm of the year”, she is living happily without any doubts in the world. However, SSH e is indulging in hedonism only, only wanting to experience pleasure and blocking herself out from reality. 26. The paragraph extends the paradox of Nick’s feelings about Gatsby became use Of how Gatsby has characteristics that are completely opposite of Nick’s characteristics. He s says that Gatsby “represented everything for which have an unaffected scorn”, yet he can not elf but be attached to his personality.
Even though Nick disapproves of Gatsby actions, he can’t overly hate him but sympathizes with him. 27. Fitzgerald use of the word holocaust serves to represent the tragic death s of many. This is of course referencing the horrible genocide attempt of the Jews by Hitler, and the author wants to relate that with the deaths of these characters with that single word. The word d also assumes that the victims were entirely innocent, which was the case in both events, with Ga test, Wilson, and Myrtle. 28. The language that creates this tone is one of imagery, where “four solemn en in dress suits are walking along the sidewalk with a stretcher.. That whole story has a very solemn and serious tone, especially when he uses words like “dangles over the side” and ” no one cares. ” The effect of this passage is to serve a contrast between the exciting East and the drab West. 29. Nick’s point in this paragraph is that he “couldn’t forgive him or like him b UT saw that what he had done was, to him, entirely justified. ” He thinks that Tom and Daisy were e not beneficial to anyone at all, only ruining things for other people and then going back to reeve I in their money.