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Great Gatsby/ Under The Red, White, and Blue Chapter 2 -Significance of ashes (?

) New York City Maybe? Oculist - a person who specializes in the medical treatment of diseases or defects of the eye Anmic - a condition marked by a deficiency of red blood cells or of hemoglobin in the blood, resulting in pallor and weariness. The puppy incidentI dont really know what to think of it. Most people would consider buying the puppy a nice act, but he seemed so cold about it. He even disagreed on the seller about the gender?!?! Theres something about Tom that makes him seem so proud of his mistress, which shows how times have changed. Shes seen buying these expensive things, fussing over a cab, and he has to actually explain to Nick why he made her sit in a separate car on the train. Hes proud of the idea of her and the idea that other people know he has a mistress, but he doesnt seem to like her that much. Nick keeps comparing houses to cakes. Regal homecoming glance.. Myrtle thinks so highly of herself Proprietary - of or relating to an owner or ownership Myrtlejust.kill me now. Hauteur - haughtiness of manner; disdainful pride Shiftlessness - characterized by laziness, indolence, and a lack Kaiser Wilhelm Was the last German Emperor (Kaiser) and King of Prussia, ruling the German Empire and the Kingdom of Prussia from 15 June 1888 to 9 November 1918. Why does Catherine think Daisy is a Catholic? Who lied to her about it? Tom? Myrtle? Incredulously - unwilling or unable to believe something Myrtle only married her husband because of his breeding. She strikes me as a compulsive liar. Theres something Fitzgerald isnt telling us about her Strident - loud and harsh; grating Im still confused as to why Nick is staying