"His head leaned back so far thatit rested against the face of a defunct mantelpiece clock, and from this position hisdistraught eyes stared down at Daisy, who was sitting, frightened but graceful, on theedge of a stiff chair." pg. 55 This quote shows how both Daisy and Gatsy were shocked when they first saw each other again.
The Death of Myrtle Wilson
"“They’re such beautiful shirts,” she sobbed, her voice muffled in the thick folds. “Itmakes me sad because I’ve never seen such — such beautiful shirts before.” pg. 59 This quote shows how Daisy is remembering the past and what she missed out on but just blames her sadness on the shirts.
The Death of the Great Gatsby
"He looked —and this is said in all contempt for the babbled slander of his garden — as if he had“killed a man.”' pg 89 This quote shows how angry Gatsby gets at Tom and leads you to believe that Gatsby has done bad things in the past.
From Hundreds to Only Three
"'She ran out ina road. Son-of-a-bitch didn’t even stopus car."' pg 92 This quote shows how angry Daisy was and how she didn't not care about hitting someone with a car.
"The chauffeur — he was one of Wolfsheim’s proteges — heard the shots — afterwardhe could only say that he hadn’t thought anything much about them." pg 107 This quote shows the death of Gatsby and how no one noticed at first.
"“Go on!” He started. “Why, my God! they used to go there by the hundreds.” He tookoff his glasses and wiped them again, outside and in." pg 115 This quote shows how hundreds of people came to Gatsby's parties, but only three people came to his funneral.