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1  Gatz arrived from a town in Minnesota.
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2  After changing my clothes I went next door and found Mr. Gatz walking up and down excitedly in the hall.
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3  Just why these inventions were a source of satisfaction to James Gatz of North Dakota, isn't easy to say.
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4  He had been coasting along all too hospitable shores for five years when he turned up as James Gatz's destiny at Little Girl Bay.
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5  To the young Gatz, resting on his oars and looking up at the railed deck, the yacht represented all the beauty and glamor in the world.
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6  After a little while Mr. Gatz opened the door and came out, his mouth ajar, his face flushed slightly, his eyes leaking isolated and unpunctual tears.
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7  It was James Gatz who had been loafing along the beach that afternoon in a torn green jersey and a pair of canvas pants, but it was already Jay Gatsby who borrowed a row-boat, pulled out to the Tuolomee and informed Cody that a wind might catch him and break him up in half an hour.
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8  About five o'clock our procession of three cars reached the cemetery and stopped in a thick drizzle beside the gate--first a motor hearse, horribly black and wet, then Mr. Gatz and the minister and I in the limousine, and, a little later, four or five servants and the postman from West Egg in Gatsby's station wagon, all wet to the skin.
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