The Great Gatsby, Chapter 8
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I have to go soon, but I'll see you later. You're worthy of more than you know!
She couldn't have loved Tom for I had always loved her, and she loved me. This is simply personal.
I simply cannot see you today. My schedule won't allow it.
You weren't so nice to me yesterday, but I still want to see you...
You're being ridiculous, George. This was all just an accident.
I just know Gatsby murdered her! I have a way of finding things out
Gatsby shares his previous experiences with Daisy from the past five years to his friend Nick after watching over her house until dawn to make sure she was safe.
After leaving Gatsby's house and heading in to work, Jordan calls him and they talk for some time, although they seem to be falling out of love with one another as they abruptly stopped talking to each other.
Wilson's neighbor Michaelis tries to help him work through his grief and watches over his dear friend George for a few hours. This fails to work as Mr. Wilson believes he knows who killed his wife and is on the hunt to find that man.
Through his own personal inquiry, Mr. Wilson discovered that his wife's killer was apparently Gatsby and spent the whole day traveling to West Egg to confront him.
Gatsby is alone swimming in his pool in the afternoon when he sees a ghostly figure coming towards him through the trees. Not too long after, Gatsby's chauffeur hears two gunshots go off.
In the pool area of Mr. Gatsby's mansion, Mr. Wilson was found dead off in the grass, with a red circle of blood in the water. Both Jay Gatsby and George Wilson are dead.
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