If you want anything just ask for it
 F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby (1925). copy citation

Author F. Scott Fitzgerald
Source The Great Gatsby
Topic want asking
Date 1925
Language English
Weblink http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks02/0200041.txt


“Almost at the moment when Mr Gatsby identified himself, a butler hurried toward him with the information that Chicago was calling him on the wire. He excused himself with a small bow that included each of us in turn.
«If you want anything just ask for it, old sport,» he urged me. «Excuse me. I will rejoin you later.»
When he was gone I turned immediately to Jordan — constrained to assure her of my surprise. I had expected that Mr Gatsby would be a florid and corpulent person in his middle years.” source

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