An area in East Egg where a fire had been many years ago
A barren area separating East Egg from West Egg
An industrial zone
An imaginary place used as a metaphor for Gatsby's loneliness
Seeing eye dogs that the doctor trains for the Association for the Blind
A group of security guards who monitor the doctor's home and offices
A new kind of contact lens that the doctor has just developed
An illustration on a billboard
Dr. T.J. Eckleburg
Myrtle is Tom's cousin. George is her son.
George is Tom's business partner. Myrtle is his wife.
Myrtle is Tom's mistress. George is her husband.
They are the caretakers on Tom's estate.
Sandwiches for lunch
A new dress
Cuff links for Tom
Tom's favorite restaurant
The dealer where Tom bought his last car
The apartment where Tom met his mistress
Catherine is Nick's secretary. Mrs. McKee is her sister, and Mr. McKee is her brother-in-law.
Catherine is Myrtle's sister. The McKees live downstairs at the apartment complex.
Catherine is Tom's cousin. The McKees are the apartment managers.
Catherine is Mrs. McKee's best friend. The McKees are old neighbors of Myrtle's.
Gatsby is the son of a Texas oil tycoon.
Gatsby has recently been released from a mental hospital.
Gatsby donated a half-million dollars to an orphanage in his home town.
Gatsby is the nephew of Kaiser Wilhelm.
She had to do something to get away from her abusive parents.
She did it to spite George's former girlfriend.
She thought he was a gentleman; later she found out differently.
She didn't think she would ever find a husband, and she was grateful to him for asking her.
He laughed and called her a jealous fool.
He taunted her and repeated Daisy's name several more times.
He hit her and broke her nose.
He ignored her and went on with his conversation with Nick.