F. Scott Fitzgerald : The Great Gatsby - Chapter 2 Quiz

*Theme/Title: The Great Gatsby - Chapter 2
* Description/Instructions
It can be argued that wealth is only meaningful when contrasted with poverty. In Chapter 2, the contrast between the "haves" and the "have-nots" is highlighted by the description of the Valley of Ashes, where everything is gray. Here, Tom Buchanan finds his mistress. Myrtle's new-wealth enthusiasm and vulgarity contrasts with Daisy's cool detachment. Nick finds himself an accomplice to Tom's infidelity and considers how he fits in to the new kind of society he's discovered in New York.

Group: Literature Literature Quizzes
Topic: F. Scott Fitzgerald

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