As a grammaticus, I sometimes get to read lovely little diversions like the following (from a quiz on The Great Gatsby)
Q. What did Gatsby’s father show to Nick, and why?
A. Pictures of Gatsby when he was young and a journal. He showed him this, so Nick knew about Gatsby’s early life.
I could say something about commas and result clauses, but I don’t want to rob you of the delight you already had in reading those two infelicities.
Here’s another one:
Q. Describe, in a few words, Gatsby’s funeral.
A. It was small with only a little people showing up.
Thanks, dear reader, should you ever find me, for being my gadfly.