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Character traits

Who lied about studying at Oxford because they said it was a family tradition? Jay Gatsby
Which character shows a character trait of determination to fulfill his dream no matter what? Jay Gatsby
who sent for a brand new dress when a lady had accidentally torn her own gown at one of his parties? Jay Gatsby
Which character is cheating on his wife and is a liar? Tom Buchanan
Which Character acts like the middle-man and is very helpful, helping Gatsby set up the first meeting between him and Daisy? Nick Carraway
This character shows dishonesty when she moves her mark in golf and cheats? Jordan Baker
Which showed a great amount of intelligence when he single-handly fixed the 1919 World Series? Meyer Wolfsheim
Which character is the narrator of the book and is very tolerant, understanding, and not hasty to judge people Nick Carraway
This character attended Yale, he is married to Daisy and is a hyprocite when he gets irate over Daisy loving Gatsby? Tom Buchanan
She represents a new era of women emerging in this time period who is very hard and self-sufficient, and she adopts whatever morals suit her situation? Jordan Baker
She is very determined to become rich, even if it means destroying the values and mentality of her husband? Mrytle Wilson
Created by: mgibbons