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19. What does Nick think of Gatsby when he first meets him?20. Describe the events and atmosphere of the party21. What does the owl-eyed man in the library find extraordinary about Gatsby'slibrary?The owl-eyed man discovers that the books have not been 'cut'. The books are there to show us, hopefully to makeus believe, that Gatsby is well-read, educated, and wealthy22. What does Nick learn about Jordan Baker after he has sent some time with her?23. Why does Fitzgerald describe the party (in the passage beginning "By seveno'clock the orchestra has arrived") in the present tense?The effect of describing one of Gatsby's parties in the present tense is to create the impression that the same thing ishappening over and over.24. How does Nick characterize the guests at Gatsby's party? What do his25. Describe the ambiguity in Gatsby's character that strikes Nick.26. Describe two incidents involving automobiles in this chapter. What role do