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This is a scene when Nick and Gatsby are talking and Nick tells Gatsby to just run off and hide his car.
As Nick and Gatsby are walking on the street, Gatsby's gardener comes and tells Gatsby that he's going to drain his pool, but Gatsby tells him to not drain the pool because he hasn't used it all summer.
Nick goes to his office, but he feels too distracted to work, and even refuses to meet Jordan Baker for a date. The focus of his narrative then shifts to relate to the reader what happened at the garage after Myrtle was killed.
Wilson talking to Michaelis about Myrtle and who her love might be. Wilson believed that her lover must be the man that was in the car, assuming it is Gatsby.
Wilson was terrified of Myrtle's death but he remembered that Michaelis told him that Myrtle said she was sinning in the eyes of God, and then Wilson was staring into the eyes of T. J. Eckleburg when he mentioned God.
Once Wilson remembers who was driving the car that hit Myrtle, he goes to Gatsby's place and shots him as revenge.
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