1. What advice did the narrator’s father give him when he was a child that he still remembers as an adult?
(a) Always criticize people who make ignorant comments.
(b) Only criticize people who are below your station in life.
(c) Think before criticizing people because many have not had the advantages you have.
(d) Criticize people that do not live up to your expectations.
2. When the narrator returns from the East, what does he hope not to see again?
(a) City lights.
(c) The sea.
(d) Glimpses into the human heart.
3. What quality does the narrator give to Gatsby as he describes the man?
(a) Something ethereal about him.
(b) Something evil about him.
(c) Something sinister about him.
(d) Something gorgeous about him.
4. What career does the narrator decide to pursue after he returns from the Great War?
(a) The bond business.
(b) Become a coffee merchant.
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