'Lying on my back like a June bug waiting to be turned over, mister,' she said,
reaching up her hand.
He lifted her up, gave her a swing in the air, and set her down. 'Anything broken,
'No sir, them old dead weeds is springy enough,' said Phoenix
I agree with most of the supporting evidence that Brauer uses to portray Gatsby as
a new businessman of the 1920s. All of them are logical ways that men of that era could
have been made wealthy by certain illegal activities. F. Scott Fitzgerald refers to
Undoubtedly, George soon hurries to Jonquils house to reunite with her. George certainly
has a hard time revealing his love upon his return to jonquil. While sitting in the parlor of
Jonquils house, George was breathing hardhe noticed this but he told him
It was Decembera bright frozen day in the early morning. Far out in the country
there was an old Negro woman with her head tied in a red rag, coming along a path
through the pinewoods. Her name was Phoenix Jackson. She was very old and small and
'My grandson. It was my memory had left me. There I sat and forgot why I made
my long trip.'
'Forgot?' The nurse frowned. 'After you came so far?'
Then Phoenix was like an old woman begging a dignified forgiveness for waking
up frightened in the night. 'I
At last, drawing near the conclusion of Georges visit, the two sit in the parlor, talk of
their relationship, and demonstrate poor parlor etiquette by doing things only people in
love do. George thinks of the past and how the two had done the sensible t