The Great Gatsby chapter #8

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Nick goes to Gatsby's for breakfast one morning. When he goes in and talks to him he tries to to convince him to forget Daisy and leave Long Island, he tries to get him to understand that Daisy is Tom's. Gatsby refuses and starts telling him the story of how they met and why they belong together. Then Nick has to leave and go to work. He gets so caught up with work that he turns down a date with Jordan. While Nick is at work Gatsby goes for a swim and when he get's out of the pool Wilson shows up and shots Gatsby in the head, because he believes Gatsby was her lover and killer, after this Wilson turns the gun on himself and pulls the trigger.

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  • Nick arrives at Gatsby's house
  • I don't think she ever loved him ole sport
  • Nick tries to convince Gatsby to give up on Daisy but he refuses.
  • you have to leave her alone now. I also believe you should leave Long Island.
  • 1917 when Gatsby and Daisy were together.
  • Gatsby tries to tell nick that he is better than the rest of the people on Wall Street and didn't want him sinking to their level
  • They're a rotten crowd. You're worth the whole damn bunch put together
  • Nick was so caught up in his work he didn't have time for anyone. He even turned Jordan down for a date, but he felt really bad for leaving Gatsby all alone.
  • Wilson, believing whoever killed Myrtle was her lover, goes to Gatsby's house and shoots him while he's in the pool, then shoots himself.
  • This is for Myrtle
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