The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald:|
made them feel more satisfactorily alone.
"I know what we'll do," said Gatsby, "we'll have Klipspringer play the
He went out of the room calling "Ewing!" and returned in a few
minutes accompanied by an embarrassed, slightly worn young man, with
shell-rimmed glasses and scanty blond hair. He was now decently clothed
in a "sport shirt," open at the neck, sneakers, and duck trousers of a
"Did we interrupt your exercises?" inquired Daisy politely.
"I was asleep," cried Mr. Klipspringer, in a spasm of embarrassment.
"That is, I'd BEEN asleep. Then I got up. . . ."
The Great Gatsby