Chapter three -At first Nick describes these as dignified individuals, women in gowns and men in suits. He seems generally uneasy.
Since she said it in the strangest voice, he can't just be like any other man to her, and she has feelings for him. Generally it represents feminism and purity, but I don't know if those are really the words to apply to Jordan and Daisy.
He found her excitingly desirable. Chapter Quotes: "I believe that on the first night I went to Gatsby's house I was one of the few guests who had actually been invited.
People always say that you don't realize how much you have until it's gone, and Tom is now realizing that this is true. I had barely even started to read the story when I came upon this inspiring quote. I knew right away I made a mistake.
Is he jealous?
Why would he have helped Gatsby reunite with Daisy if he didn't approve? Did anyone else not see anything to indicate that Nick didn't approve of Gatsby?
Tom doesn't seem to realize that his relationship with Myrtle is very similar. This gives an mysterious atmosphere about him, as well as not seeing him until this point, and also gives off the impression that he is an introvert.