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Tom's Character in the Great Gatsby

   
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This is shown when he becomes annoyed with Myrtle and causes her immense pain by breaking her nose and he doesn't even help her after and sows no sense of compunction. Obviously this can only be done by a man with such a shallow heart and absolutely no morals as a caring and moral man would never have the courage to raise their hand on a woman as it would be immoral...
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Obviously this can only be done by a man with such a shallow heart and absolutely no morals as a caring and moral man would never have the courage to raise their hand on a woman as it would be immoral.
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