Answer: Catherine took more than twelve hundred dollars.
Catherine is a character from F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, the Great Gatsby.
In Chapter 2, Tom Buchanan takes Nick to an apartment where he often sees his mistress, Myrtle. This is where Nick meets Catherine, Myrtle's sister, and the four of them have an impromptu party, together with a couple McKee. Catherine and Nick discuss Nick's neighbor, Jay Gatsby, and rumor that he is a nephew of Kaiser Wilhelm.
Catherine mentions her trip to Europe, Monte Carlo, where she went 'with another girl'. She states that they went to Monte Carlo with more than twelve hundred dollars, but, allegedly, got robbed.
Without education we wouldn't have the proper knowledge to do what we need to. Language is important cuz if you don't speak English or don't know something it will teach you how to do it and understand it. In conclusion they are both important in different ways.
Philostrate is Duke Theseus's party planner. His official title is "Master of the Revels," which happened to be a court-appointed position in Shakespeare's day. Basically, the Master of the Revels organized courtly entertainments and also determined which plays could be performed at court and on public stages. I don't know if that's who ur talking about but that's all I have about him.