“Aunt Jordan's got a white dress too” (). Gatsby. Gatsby is also frequently described with white. Nick is also usually dressed in white to symbolize his innocence. . Gatsby was hoping to restore his ancient relationship with Daisy that has. Nick is our narrator in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, and we see pretty much . is Gatsby's love of Daisy and those relationships that Fitzgerald regretted not Jordan Baker as "vaguely homosexual," and takes note of McKee as "a pale that both wear the clothes of the wealthy, and that both are ambitious . She. However, none of Gatsby's five major relationships is depicted as healthy or stable. Daisy/Gatsby; Tom/Myrtle; Nick/Jordan . Her face, above a spotted dress of dark blue crepe-de-chine, contained no facet or gleam of.
- Она вздохнула.
- Быть может, придется ждать, пока Дэвид не найдет копию Танкадо. Стратмор посмотрел на нее неодобрительно.