How does Fitzgerald describe Myrtle Wilson Does her physical appearance reflect

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7.How does Fitzgerald describe Myrtle Wilson? Does her physical appearance reflect her character in any way? 8.Compare the setting of the party in this chapter with the setting of the dinner party in Chapter One. b.The earlier dinner party was quiet, reserved, and all tension amongst the characters was under the surface. While Nick was at this party he commented to Daisy about feeling inferior to her and her party because of its “class.”
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9.Why does Tom attack Myrtle at the end of the party? How does this exemplify Fitzgerald’s description of Tom in Chapter One? 10. Why is the end of Chapter 2 so disjointed? What had Nick been doing all evening that might have caused this strange narrative? How many people truly make sense when they are heavily under the influence of drugs or alcohol? The Great Gatsby – Chapter 3 Questions 1.What arrives at Gatsby’s house every Friday and leaves on Monday? What does this tell you about the parties Gatsby’s hosts?
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