Describe Nick Carraway's house from chapter 5 of The Great Gatsby.
In chapter five of The Great Gastby, Nick's home is described as modest and ordinary. A hallway leads from the front door to the living room. There is a kitchen, a pantry, and a back door out. The living room contains a mantlepiece, a clock that doesn't work, a mirror, and a stiff chair, among other furnishings.
In chapter 5, Nick, at Gatsby's request, arranges for Daisy to come over for tea. Gatsby will be there to greet her, though to Daisy his presence will be a surprise. The couple will meet again for the first time in five years.
Because of Gatsby's comic nervousness, we get a sense of what Nick's home and lawn are like. The lawn is not particularly well manicured, so Gatsby has the grass...
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