Summarize the case briefly and discuss how this case (and the response to it) demonstrates a One Health approach to solving a problem. What are the benefits and challenges of a One Health approach? What professions or disciplines are needed to solve these problems and how is information best shared across these disciplines?
5. Gatsby’s library is introduced in chapter three, when Nick explores Gatsby’s house. As he enters in the library, he meets a man named owl eyes, who explains in an energetic tone that all of the book are “real”(45).Owl eyes recognizes Gatsby’s commitment to the American Dream and his dream to win Daisy. Gatsby has left no detail out, in order to impress Daisy that he is never going back and is all in. Fitzgerald alludes to David Belasco, who was a famous play write, director, and producer who spared no expense in creating elaborate stage sets. As a way Gatsby is shown as Belasco, because Gatsby did not care how much money he wasted on books since his only focus was Daisy’s opinion. Overall, through the library Gatsby demonstrates that his only attention is focused on her. 6. Meyer Wolfsheim is introduce as Gatsby’s business partner. He is described as “A small, flat nosed Jew… I discovered his tiny eyes in the half darkness”(69).Wolfsheim is shown to shade himself from other people’s sights as his personality fits perfectly. In addition, Wolfsheim describes about how him and Gatsby are about “human morals”(72). Through Wolfsheim Gatsby is shown to be connected with shady dealings, in this case having drug stores planted around empty streets. It reveals how they are both mobsters who have gained their earnings through dirty money. Overall Gatsby does not want Daisy to ever find out how he gained his fortune and is a man of innocence. 7. Gatsby met Daisy on 1917 when he was stationed at Louisville Kentucky. Ever since thei first encounter Daisy was fascinated by Gatsby; in such case the day before her wedding with Tom, “she began to cry-she cried and cried”(76). Daisy Reveals how she was unsure of marrying Tom, but was trapped in doing so. But in reality Tom only wanted Daisy for financial security since she was born out of old money with enlisted that she would always be wealthy. Through this, the reader learns that Daisy always had Gatsby in her mind an>GET ANSWER