“However, I don’t believe it.”
Gatsby is a very controversial and unknown figure to those that attend his parties. At this point in the novel, we begin to hear the rumor surrounding Gatsby and his work, his past, and his life in general. The mysteriousness surrounding Gatsby will be a recurring theme throughout the novel.
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