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  • Nick Noticed Gatsby's house wasn't lit and that there was no more parties which was unusual.
  • Gatsby has been concentrating on Daisy and he was worried about people gossiping. He calls Nick for a big favor.
  • Nick was invited to the Buchanan's house to meet for lunch. Gatsby and Daisy were up to something, Tom becomes suspicious.
  • "It was when Curiosity about Gatsby was at its highest that lights in his house failed to go on one Saturday night'. (Fitzgerald p113)
  • Tom did as Daisy requested and decided to go into town, but each in different cars. Daisy and Gatsby in one car and Tom and the other in another.
  • Next day Gatsby called me on the phone, "Going away? " I inquired. "No, old sport." "I heard you fired all your servants." "I wanted somebody who wouldn't gossip, Daisy comes over quite often-- in the afternoons." (Fitzgerald p.114)
  • Daisy and Gatsby leave in a rush in Tom's yellow sports car after Daisy, Tom, and Gatsby have an intense argument.
  • "Who wants to go to town?" Demanded Daisy insistently. Gatsby's eyes floated towards her. " Ah," she cried, "you look so cool." There eyes met, they stared at each other alone in space. With an effort she glanced down at the table. "You always look so cool," she repeated. She had told him that she loved him, and Tom saw. He was astounded. His mouth opened a little and he looked at Gatsby, and then back at Daisy.
  • Gatsby crept outside of Daisy s house shortly after dropping her off
  • "You think I'm pretty dumb don't you?" he suggested. "Perhaps I am, but I have a -- almost a second sight, sometimes, that tells me what to do. Maybe you don't believe." (Fitzgerald p.121)
  • "Beat me!" He heard her cry. "Throw me down and beat me you dirty little coward!" A moment later she rushed out in to the dusk, waving her hands and shouting-- before he could move from his door, the business was over. (Fitzgerald p.137)
  • "What are you doing?" I inquired. "Just standing here, old sport" Somehow that seemed a despicable occupation. (Fitzgerald p.142)
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