Great Gatsby

Great Gatsby

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  • "Good morning , old sport."
  • "You're having lunch with me today and I thought we'd ride up together"
  • He hurried the phrase "educated at oxford" as it had bothered him before.
  • "I'll tell you God's truth. I am the son of some wealthy people in the Middle East-all dead now. I was brought up in America but educated at Oxford."
  • "Know you next time, Mr. Gatsby. Excuse me!"
  • Gatsby picks Nick up to go to lunch
  • "Mr. Carraway, this is my friend Mr. Wolfshieim."
  • ""evidently he was not addressing me, for he dropped my hand and covered Gatsby with his expressive nose."
  • Nick and Gatsby travel into West Egg for lunch, where Gatsby tells Nick his life story. Gatsby also dispelled some of the rumors Nick heard about him at the party. He wants Nick to trust him and have a good insight of who he is.
  • "There's the kind of man you'd like to take home and introduce to your mother and sister."
  • "I made the pleasure of his aquanintance just after the war. But I knew I had discovered a man of fine breeding after I talked with him an hour.
  • A policeman pulls Gatsby over for speeding, Gatsby shows him a white card, and the policeman apologizes for bothering him. This is because the commissioner of police owes Gatsby because Gatsby has done him a favor.
  • "Who is he, anyhow, an actor?"
  • "Meyer Wolfsheim? No, he's a gambler. He's the man who fixed the World's Series back in 1919."
  • Gatsby introduces Nick and Wolfsheim to each other. Nick gives an impression that he dislikes and is suspisious of Wolfshiem.
  • Gatsby hurried to the telephone to take a call leaving Wolfsheim and Nick at the table. Wolfsheim tells Nick that he met Gatsby as a poor, desperate young man shortly after returning from the war. He also mentions that Gatsby is an "Oggsford man".
  • Wolfsheim excuses himself from the table. Gatsby tells Nick about Wolfsheim.
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