After Tom breaks Myrtle's nose, Mc Kee leaves his wife behind and Carraway follows, leaving Catherine, Nick's ostensible date, and they go down together in an elevator: (p.30) Mr.
Mc Kee was a pale, feminine man from the flat below.
He tells Nick that Tom did not try to harm her, and that Daisy did not come out to meet him, though he was standing on her lawn in full moonlight.
Gatsby, in his misery, tells Nick the story of his first meeting with Daisy.
[My sincere apology to anyone in the gay community offended by the content of this article.In this post we will explore what we objectively know about Nick, what he does in the novel, his famous lines, common essay topics/discussion topics about Nick, and finally some FAQs about Mr. Our citation format in this guide is (chapter.paragraph).We're using this system since there are many editions of Gatsby, so using page numbers would only work for students with our copy of the book.Nick realizes that Gatsby is nervous because he wants Nick to agree to his plan of inviting Daisy over for tea.Nick tells Gatsby that he will help him with the plan.a thinning list of young men to know..." and in the distinctive way he describes and reacts to men versus women, Jay Gatsby in particular.