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  • Rising Action/Climax
  • Climax Pt. 1
  • Climax Pt. 2
  • Finally, after Nick meets Gatsby, and Tom's wife, Daisy, Nick and Jordan who is another character in this book set up Gatsby and Daisy. Jordan is a Professional Golfer, who has a very insolent personality. After Jordan and Nick setup Daisy and Gatsby, Gatsby, Nick, Tom, and Daisy head into the city for the evening.
  • Falling Action
  • The first major event of the book takes place the same night Gatsby, Nick, Tom, and Daisy went into the city for the evening. Tom disparaged his wife, Daisy, simply because he has been having affairs with Mrytle, another women who has a husband. The night ended very tragically when Daisy accidentally ran over Mrytle. This is a scene is an example of irony. This same night, Daisy attempted to leave tom for Gatsby.
  • Symbol
  • The main climax of the book is when Gatsby takes responsibility for Wilson's wife, Mrytle's death. Wilson gets revenge by going to Gatsby's house, to find him in the pool, in a vulnerable position. Wilson kills Gatsby, which causes Nick to feel very morose about the whole situation.
  • Significant Quote
  • After the two tragic events occurred, Daisy has had enough, and wants to take her mind off of what happened. She ends up leaving town like nothing happened.
  • Throughout The Great Gatsby, wealth and power was a large symbol present in the story. Gatsby's lavish mansion is a symbol of the Economic Rise in the 1920's.
  • "It takes two to make an accident." Chapter 3 This quote is proved throughout the novel. We see all the conflicts come to action because of the mistakes of two or more people. For example, Tom was not loyal to Daisy, and Mrytle was not loyal to Wilson. These mistakes by these two characters caused the death of both Gatsby and Nick.
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