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I'm reading The Great Gatsby and there's one part when Tom Buchanan is arguing by phone with George Wilson about a car, and Tom says the next:
Very well, then, I won't sell you the car at all ... I'm under no obligations to you at all ... and as for your bothering me about it at lunch time, I won't stand that at all!
[...] and as for your bothering me [...]
has a structure like:
possessive adjective + gerund + object pronoun
I had never seen such a construction, so my question is:
Is there something elided in the sentence, and what's the meaning of the sentence?
Thank you in advance.