Great Gatsby Myrtle's death
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The Great Gatsby Myrtle's Death
That's a great expression of yours, isn't it?
Tom confronts Gatbsy about Daisy's love and the two argue over who she loves with Daisy saying that she loves Tom in the end.
You two start home Daisy, in Mr. Gatsby's car.
Tom returns to being confident and says Gatsby and Daisy should leave. The two depart for home.
Myrtle who just had a fight with George runs out in the street, Daisy sees her but does not slow down and runs into her.
Tom returns and he and Daisy seem to talk it out and make peace.
You'd better come home and get some sleep.
Nick asks Gatsby if he wants to leave but he thinks Daisy will come out. He waits there for the rest of the night.
I want to wait here till Daisy goes to bed. Goodnight, old sport.
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