great gatsby

great gatsby

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  • pipe down fam
  •  Imperative - She snaps and becomes defensive Rhetorical question -  Accuses others for making false claims about her. 
  • I can't believe the audacity of my sister and Tom! 
  • "Crazy about him! Who said I was crazy about him?"
  • Short declarative - Catherine likes Tom and defends the affair. She finds George distasteful and not good enough for her sister.
  • But Tom is far from sweet. I'll never be happy I wish i married Henry, no boy could ever be half the man he was.
  • "Tom's the first sweetie she ever had."
  • I don't know what to say... I have a wife, kids and responsibilities 
  • Repetition of 'stupid' - emphasises on how much she dislikes her husband.Short declarative - shows how fed up she is.
  • Henry, I should've never left you for stupid, stupid G-eorge. I hate my life.
  • They are discussing George and Myrtle's relationship.
  • What the hell are you doing here? I've been looking for you everywhere you, you broad.
  • 'broad' is an adjective used to patronise and degrade Myrtle. Tom believes that she is lower than him 
  • She considers if her affair is any better than her reality  with George. Myrtle is drunk and makes a rash decision to sneak away from the scene.
  • oh please tom, don't act as if you care about me. The only concern you have is if precious Daisy is home and safe and waiting for you at home.
  • Myrtle talks to Henry, her former lover in hopes that she can win him back.
  • juxtaposition - Tom is being patronising yet again in attempt to  show his authority. He is traditional and believe that men are superior to women.
  • Don't be such a Dumb Dora, sweetheart. You know that that daisy is my wife. I don't want to hear anymore nonsense come from you.  
  • Myrtle hangs up the phone in distress. She tries to hide her previous conversation so she can avoid trouble, despite being angry that her privacy was invaded.
  • Myrtle begins to confess her darker thoughts about Tom and his relationship.
  • They begin to argue as Tom becomes increasingly aggressive towards Myrtle. 
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