The Great Gatsby
Chapter 1, pages 1-21
-He was taught not to criticize other people by his dad, so more people were open to telling him things that they would not normally share (1).
-The Carraways are a "well-to-do people" who own a third generation hardware shop in the Midwest (3).
-"I graduated from New Haven, in 1915" (3).
-He lives in West Egg which is the "less-fashionable" between West and East Egg (5).
-Nick used to go to college with Tom Buchanan (5).
-Nick is Daisy Buchanan's second cousin once removed (5).
Chapter 2, pages 22-38
Tom takes Nick into New York and introduces Nick to his lover Myrtle Wilson. The group then go to Tom's apartment for Myrtle at Morningside Heights. Then the invite the Mr. and Mrs. McKee from downstairs and Myrtle's sister for a party. Tom then buys Myrtle a puppy, and she then begins to talk about Daisy. After a brief argument about how Tom did not want her talking about Daisy and Myrtle continuing to egg him on, the night ends with Tom breaking Myrtle's nose and everybody going home.
She only wants Tom because she believes that she married a man that was below what she deserved (34).
She wants uses Tom to become the appearance wealthy individual (28).
She is Catholic and that is why she doesn't divorce George (33).
She reminds Tom that he is having an affair and does not like Daisy (37).