The Great Gatsby 2

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  • Nick and Jordan discuss a conversation. Rising Action
  • Nick, Gatsby, and Daisy all meet for Tea. Rising Action
  • Daisy and Gatsby accidentally hit Myrtle Climax
  • Jordan and Nick discuss a conversation Jordan and Gatsby had while at the party yesterday. Jordan tells Nick about Gatsby's past with Daisy and how he was madly in love with her and still does love her. She says how once Gatsby had to leave for war Daisy married another man, Tom. Jordan tells Nick to invite Daisy and Gatsby to his house for tea so Gatsby may see Daisy.
  • Nick and Gatsby at his pool. Falling Action
  • "I waited, and about four o'clock she came to the window and stood there for a minute and then turned out the light.
  • Nick has Daisy and Gatsby over for tea. Gatsby becomes very morose and nervous and contemplates leaving. Nick tells Gatsby to go and speak to Daisy then leaves the room. After a half-hour Nick returns to see Daisy crying with joy and Gatsby looking happy.
  • Wilson shoots Gatsby then Himself. Resolution
  • While driving back to Long Island Nick, Tom, and Jordan see Michaelis a man who runs a restaurant next to Wilson's garage. He tells them that Myrtle was hit by a car, a yellow one which Nick concludes must of been Gatsby's. Later that night Nick goes to Tom's house and sees Gatsby looking in the window. Inside they see Daisy and Tom who have rekindled their marriage. Nick then leaves Gatsby alone.
  • Nick in the final scene at Gatsby's Funeral.
  • Nick and Gatsby discuss how he had waited at Daisy's house until 4 am just to see if she'd come outside or speak to him. She didn't go to see him. In this stage of the story it is obvious that Gatsby's love for Daisy is unrequited and Gatsby is stuck in the past.
  • Gatsby is shot in his pool by Myrtle's husband Wilson after he finds out Gatsby was driving the car after Tom told him out of belligerent hatred for Gatsby. He then shoots himself. This is the end of Gatsby and his unfulfilled dream of being with Daisy and his inability to forget about the past and move forward.
  • In the end Nick realizes how morally incorrect people are. As nobody showed up to Gatsby's funeral except for his father and a few servants. He realizes how corrupt the east is and leaves New York and heads back home West. Before heading home Nick sees Tom and while they talk Tom reveals he was indeed the one who told Wilson about Gatsby's car and thought Gatsby deserved to die. Nick concludes by thinking about how Daisy and Tom are awful people who only bring others down.
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