-The Great Gatsby-

Ewing Klipspringer

A shiftless freeloader who almost lives at Gatsby’s mansion. Though he takes advantage of Gatsby’s wealth and generosity, upon Gatsby’s death Klipspringer fails to attend his funeral. He only thinks about himself and possessions but he does call Nick about a pair of tennis shoes that he left at Gatsby’s mansion.


‘I’ll give you Mr scrooge the founder of the feast’

‘A Merry Christmas to us all, my dears. God bless us!’

‘As good as gold’ said Bob, ‘and better. …’

‘A poor excuse for picking a man’s pocket every twenty-fifth of December!’

‘Tried to warm himself at the candle’

‘My little, little child. cried bob. my little child’

‘It’s only once a year sir. pleaded Bob’

‘The clerk’s fire was so very much smaller that is looked like one coal’

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