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Gatsby vs. Self
that clock is so loud and annoying...make it stop!
That is a lovely clock
Gatsby vs. Wilson
Don't act so innocent, you now what you did...now you're dead
Gatsby vs. Nature
Lucky is Gatsby who nature purifys
Gatsby is so nervous when Daisy comes over for tea. He can't tell the difference between his dream and reality. He is also disillusioned by the fact that Daisy isn't all he hoped she'd be.
Gatsby is framed by Tom, Wilson thinks Gatsby was the one who killed Myrtle. He seeks revenge and comes and kills Gatsby.
At Gatsby's funeral, the rain washes away all of his sins in his life and purifying Gatsby.
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