“Plenty of gas,” said Tom boisterously. He looked at the gauge. “And if it runs out I can stop at a drug-store. You can buy anything at a drug-store nowadays.”
A pause followed this apparently pointless remark. Daisy looked at Tom frowning, and an indefinable expression, at once definitely unfamiliar and vaguely recognizable, as if I had only heard it described in words, passed over Gatsby’s face.
Which one of the following interpretations is correct?
- Daisy looked at Tom. At the same time, she was frowning.
- Daisy looked at Tom, and Tom was frowning.
If 1. is correct, what do I say to mean 2?