Tuesday, December 9, 2008

The Great Gatsby Chapter 6 Question 4

How did Gatsby measure the success of his party?

16 comments:

denisgingras said...

Gatsby measured the success of his party by how much DAisy enjoyed it. He kept asking Nick if he thought that Daisy enjoyed it. This shows that Daisy was the reason he would throw these parties because he would try to impress her.

Josh said...

Gatsby was solely interested in how Daisy liked his party. He based his success on the very thought of wether daisy enjoyed the party or not.he has not seen her in so long and he is trying to show her a good time and impress her. He wants this party to get him and Daisy back together and that was it's only purpose for him.

Sean Keane said...

Gatsby measured the success of his party by how much fun daisy had at the party. Because Gatsby kept on asking Nick how Daisy was doing or how much she liked the party, he was trying to give Daisy a good time. Gatsby wants the parties to be fun for Daisy so that they can get back together.

Vanessa Domond said...

To measure the sucess of the party, Gatsby ask many questions about Daisy to others to see if she enjoying herself. He does this because he cares about her deeply. Gatsby feels that if Daisy has a good time, maybe she will like him. Sadly Daisy found the party to be loathsome

Maria said...

Gatsby determined how the party went by how much daisy enjoyed it. He didn't care about what was going on with other people or how much fun everyone else was having. He only cared that Daisy was having fun and that she enjoyed herslef. After the party was over he was kind of upset because she looked like she didn't have fun.

Alyssa Sullivan said...

Gatsby measured the success of his party by how much Daisy liked it. We know this because he repeatedly asks is Daisy is having fun.

Olivia Fuller said...

Gatsby measures the success of this particular party by how much Daisy enjoys the party and herself. He has the pleasure of bringing her around and showing her all the famous people that attend, and she really enjoys that. He does everything in his power to make sure she is having a good time.

Kayla Reynolds said...

Gatsby measured the success of his party by how much Daisy enjoyed it. He was worried the whole time about if Daisy was having fun or not, and he was upset because he thought that she did not have a good time.

Danielle Sugrue said...

Gatsby measured the success of his party by admiring how much Daisy enjoyed herself. Gatsby would comstanly ask Nick about Daisy. For example, how she was doing and if she was having a good time.

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Ian Conway said...

Gatsby would enjoy the success of the party as much as Daisy because she is all that he cares about. Daisy is the reason he lives the way he lives.

Nick Boutoures said...

The way that Gatsby measured the success of his party was by how much Daisy enjoyed it. Gatsby kept saying that the party was a failure and that Daisy did not enjoy it. It seems that the reason for the huge parties that Gatsby throws is to impress or to show off to Daisy. I think that he is trying to win her back in a way.

Cam Shepard said...

Gatsby measured the success of his party by how much fun Daisy has. He asks NIck on more than 1 occasion and this shows the parties are for daisy,

Pat said...

Gatsby's idea of how well his party went was based on how much fun Daisy was having. He repeatedly asked Nick if he thought she was having a good time because Gatsby was trying to impress her.

Lisa Russell said...

Gatsby neasured the success of his party mainly on how much Daisy enjoyed it. The entire purpose of his party was just to see that Daisy was having a good time, or if Daisy was impressed with what he had put together basically for her. She will, hopefully, enjoy the parties so much that they will somehow get back together.

Chuck Barbaro said...

Gatsby based his party on the pleasure of one guest, Daisy. Gatsby did not care about how anyone's night but Daisy's went. Most of his guests seemed very pleased, but because Daisy didnt seem to be having fun, he viewed the party as a failure.