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The Diamond as Big as the Ritz

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz

by F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz Section 3 Summary

  • John wakes up the next morning to find a servant waiting. The servant asks if he's ready for his bath, and then removes John's clothes and pushes a button that gently dumps John from his bed into a bath that's waiting ready beside him.
  • The servant than asks if John would like to watch a movie while he has his bath. John declines, and instead focuses on the beautiful sound of flutes emanating in from outside the window.
  • After his bath, John is treated to a shave and a haircut. He finally makes his way to his own personal living-room, where Percy is waiting for him, smoking in an easy chair.

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