During that summer, Gatsby had thrown extravagant parties with extravagant people.
I see those Hornbeams and the Wille Voltaires!
Oh hello Bunsen, haven't seen you since Yale.
A man who had the cotton-white hair, named Edgar Beaver was there too.
Once I learned some startling facts about Gatsby, he took me to meet a friend.
Hello Nick, do we have business to do? Oh I fixed the 1919 World Series.
. . .ok, nice to meet you Mr. Wolfsheim.
Meyer Wolfsheim this is my neighbor Nick. This is not the guy.
Bye Ferdie come back in an hour. Why did you invite me over?
The next day Gatsby suggested I invite Daisy over for tea.
His name is Ferdie? Where is Gatsby he wanted to see you?
Hello Nick, I'm sorry about the clock. Daisy. . . what are you doing here. Let's go to my house.
When we went to Gatsby's house, Daisy was in awe at the sight of his house and living.
I'm going to leave you two.
I have a guy that sends me clothes each season.
These are really nice clothes, Jay.
I began to learn the truth about Gatsby in the next weeks. I learned he didn't like his parents because of their lack of money. He later ran away and met Dan Cody who gave him his inheritance until a mistress came upon the boat and he died.
After the startling facts about Jay Gatz, he threw a party and Daisy came.
That girl is lovely over there, I guess.
There are many familiar faces here tonight, don't you think Daisy.