Since George had become physically ill since his discovery that Myrtle has a second life without him, I notice that him and Tom are similar people. In fact, I realize that all men are the same; unfortunately, Daisy and Myrtle have yet to learn that lesson.
On what certainly seems like the warmest day of the summer, underneath the blazing sun, I catch the giant eyes of Doctor T.J. Eckleburg glaring at us over the valley of ashes as we approach the gas station.
Along with the creepy eyes of the billboard staring, I can feel the eyes of Myrtle Wilson on us. This can't be any good...and the tension is something I would not wish on even my worst enemy. Now she will put the pieces together and find out what is truly going on--yikes!
I catch Myrtle Wilson glaring down at the car with her beaming eyes like a statue, giving me chills down my spine by how much her eyes represent those of Doctor T.J. Eckleburg. It appears that she she is focused on Jordan Baker, who she believes to be Tom's wife.
I have never seen such panic on a face until I saw Tom's as we accelerated away from the gas station. Perhaps Karma is real and only good things happen to good people. I guess only the future will be able to show us what is yet to come.