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Sorry! He does get a call from Chicago but later when Nick says goodbye he gets a call from Philadelphie. My bad!
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Nick does not get drunk at Gatsby's party--in chapter two, he gets drunk at Tom and Myrtle's party. Gatsby's party does not occur until chapter three.
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wouldn't gatsby's car symbolize anything? have an assignment and I didn't think his car ment anything till it asked what it symbolized, can any one help?
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