The Great Gatsby

Tom Buchanan's violence was shown in which situation?

in the first chapter tom buchanan shows himself like a typical wealthy man. but does he have any violence scene in this first chapter.

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Tom Buchanan’s power and arrogance can be seen from his physical bulk and large inheritance of “old” money. He controls everyone through physical intimidation, such as for example “… his determination to have my company bordered on violence.” This referred to Tom when he is talking to dasiy.


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