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Quotes from The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
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1  "Ladies and gentlemen," he cried.
The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald
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2  "Make us a cold drink," cried Daisy.
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3  She began to cry--she cried and cried.
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4  "I wouldn't think of changing the light," cried Mrs. McKee.
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5  And all the time something within her was crying for a decision.
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6  "I was asleep," cried Mr. Klipspringer, in a spasm of embarrassment.
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7  My dear," she cried, "I'm going to give you this dress as soon as I'm through with it.
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8  Suddenly with a strained sound, Daisy bent her head into the shirts and began to cry stormily.
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9  She convinced herself of it and cried into her handkerchief as if the very suggestion was more than she could endure.
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10  Some words of this conversation must have reached Wilson swaying in the office door, for suddenly a new theme found voice among his gasping cries.
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11  And if you think I didn't have my share of suffering--look here, when I went to give up that flat and saw that damn box of dog biscuits sitting there on the sideboard I sat down and cried like a baby.
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12  The straw seats of the car hovered on the edge of combustion; the woman next to me perspired delicately for a while into her white shirtwaist, and then, as her newspaper dampened under her fingers, lapsed despairingly into deep heat with a desolate cry.
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