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1  Daisy was my second cousin once removed and I'd known Tom in college.
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2  Perhaps I am, but I have a--almost a second sight, sometimes, that tells me what to do.
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3  "You make me feel uncivilized, Daisy," I confessed on my second glass of corky but rather impressive claret.
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4  One time he killed a man who had found out that he was nephew to von Hindenburg and second cousin to the devil.
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5  Tom stopped beside the porch and looked up at the second floor where two windows bloomed with light among the vines.
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6  I looked at the house: there were two or three bright windows downstairs and the pink glow from Daisy's room on the second floor.
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7  I have been drunk just twice in my life and the second time was that afternoon so everything that happened has a dim hazy cast over it although until after eight o'clock the apartment was full of cheerful sun.
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8  Or perhaps I had merely grown used to it, grown to accept West Egg as a world complete in itself, with its own standards and its own great figures, second to nothing because it had no consciousness of being so, and now I was looking at it again, through Daisy's eyes.
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