Great Gatsby #2

Great Gatsby #2

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  • Nick is slightly offended that Gatsby wants to pay him for arranging a meeting with Daisy and refuses Gatsby’s offers, but he still agrees to call Daisy and invite her to his house. During which Gatsby ends up being very nervous because he is actually in love with daisy, who is married to tom and still nicks cousin
  • Nick sees neither Gatsby nor Daisy for several weeks after their reunion at Nick’s house. Stopping by Gatsby’s house one afternoon, he is alarmed to find Tom Buchanan there. Tom has stopped for a drink at Gatsby’s house with Mr. and Mrs. Sloane, with whom he has been out riding.
  • Gatsby seeks out Nick after Tom and Daisy leave the party; he is unhappy because Daisy has had such an unpleasant time. Gatsby wants things to be exactly the same as they were before he left Louisville: he wants Daisy to leave Tom so that he can be with her. Nick reminds Gatsby that he cannot re-create the past. Gatsby, distraught, protests that he can.
  • Preoccupied by his love for Daisy, Gatsby calls off his parties, which were primarily a means to lure Daisy. He also fires his servants to prevent gossip and replaces them with shady individuals connected to Meyer Wolfshiem.
  • Nick, Tom, and Jordan discover a frightening scene on the border of the valley of ashes. Someone has been fatally hit by an automobile. Gatbsy laater tells nick that Daisy was driving the car and kill myrtle (Toms misstress) and later at nicks house explains that he is going to take the blame for it and that he is afraid that tom will hurt daisy
  • Wilson, myrtles husband puts what happened together with the murder he later decides that he cant be happy without revenge. Wilson then goes to Gatsby's and shoots him in the pool where nick later finds him. (The theme showed through out the book is the death of the american dream because all of the characters may be successful, but they are never happy. and the one man who from the outside looks to have achieved the american dream is killed. symbolizing the death of the dream )
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