The Great Gatsby

what are some dissimilarities between tom and george and between daisy and myrtle

The Great Gatsby chapter 2

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George is described as spiritless, anaemic, hopeful, middle class.

In this chapter we see Tom as condescending, uppity, and impatient.

Myrtle is described as being in her mid-thirties, stout, voluptuous, smouldering, brazen, bossy, and demanding.

Daisy doesn't appear in this chapter except by way on conversation (gossip). She is said to be holding onto her marriage because she's Catholic (she's not).


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