With Jordan in his arms Nick thinks of a phrase There are only the pursued the

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5) With Jordan in his arms, Nick thinks of a phrase: “There are only the pursued, the pursuing, the busy, and the tired.” How do you think this phrase reflects the events of the novel so far? Do you think Gatsby would agree with this phrase?
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1) What does Gatsby offer Nick in return for Nick’s cooperation in inviting Daisy to his house? 2) At first, what is the meeting between Gatsby and Daisy like? 3) How are Daisy and Gatsby different when Nick returns to the house after half an hour? 4) What are Gatsby’s feelings by the end of the chapter? 5) What does Gatsby reply with when Nick asks him how makes his money? Why does Nick find that significant?
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