In chapter 7 of The Great Gatsby, why does Nick refuse to go in Tom’s house with Jordan and how does that mark a significant progression from the Nick in chapter 1 who always “reserved...

In chapter 7 of The Great Gatsby, why does Nick refuse to go in Tom’s house with Jordan and how does that mark a significant progression from the Nick in chapter 1 who always “reserved judgment” about others?

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