The Great Gatsby

In Chapter Two, in what way does Fitzgerald indicate that Myrtle is not an intellectual?


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We immediately know that Myrtle is not an intellectual by her reading material in the apartment.

Several old copies of Town Tattle lay on the table together with a copy of Simon Called Peter, and some of the small scandal magazines of Broadway.



The Great Gatsby