The Great Gatsby

Chapter 3;

A 3-5 sentence summary of the characters that are introduced, major events and plot twists.

What quote best represents Jordan Baker?

In a paragraph, describe her best and worst qualities and her role in the novel.

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I think this quote sums Jordan up best......... she believes herself to be above everyone and hides (not always very well) the fact that she just doesn't like them

"Jordan Baker came out of the house and stood at the head of the marble steps, leaning a little backward and looking with contemptuous interest down into the garden."

Again, I'd use gradesaver's chapter summary to formulate your main points.


The Great Gatsby/ Chapter 3

Jordan Baker

Daisy's longtime friend, Jordan Baker is a professional golfer who cheated in order to win her first tournament. Jordan is extremely cynical, with a masculine, icy demeanor that Nick initially finds compelling. The two become briefly involved, but Jordan rejects him on the grounds that he is as corrupt and decadent as she is.