"A moment later he rushed out into the dusk waving her hands and shouting... The "death car" as the newspapers called it, didn't stop" (Fitzgerald 137).
Stop the car!!
"Myrtle Wilson's body, wrapped in a blanket, and then in another blanket, as though she suffered from a chill in the hot night, lay on a work-table by the wall, and Tom, with his back to us, was bending over it, motionless." (Fitzgerald 138)
"Oh, my Ga-od! Oh, my Ga-od! Oh, Ga-od! Oh, my Ga-od!"(139)
What color was the car?
"He (Tom) walked quickly over to Wilson and, standing in front of him, seized him firmly by the upper arms." (Fitzgerald 140)
"You've got to pull yourself together," (140)
"Tom drove slowly until we were beyond the bend-then his foot came down hard, and the coupe raced along through the night. In a little while I heard a low husky sob, and saw that the tears were overflowing down his face." (Fitzgerald 141)
"He didn't even stop his car." (141)
"I'd be damned if I'd go in; I'd had enough of all of them for one day, and suddenly that included Jordan too." (Fitzgerald 142)
"I'll telephone for a taxi to take you home" (142)
"Won't you come in , Nick?" (142)
"No, thanks" (142)
"I hadn't gone twenty yards when I heard my name and Gatsby stepped from between two bushes into the path." (Fitzgerald 142)
"I don't trust him, old sport." (144)
"He won't touch her, He's not even thinking about her." (144)