Myrtle gets punched in the nose by Tom because she keeps saying the word "Daisy"
Tom can we leave now?
Gatsby invited Tom and Daisy to his party and Daisy didn't like the party.
Well does she like it old sport?
"They were sitting at either end of the couch, looking at each other as if some question has been asked, or was in the air, and every vestige of embarrassment was gone." This quote is saying how this if the first time Gastby and Daisy met in almost five years. The only thing they do is stare at each other until Nick comes back into the room, and then they start talking.
Daisy runs out of the hotel room because Gatsby pressured her to tell Tom she never loved him.
"Making a short deft movement, Tom Buchanan broke her nose with his open hand." This is showing how Tom doesn't want to hear about Daisy once he is with Myrtle. He wants to have a separate life from him and Daisy. He loves Daisy, but doesn't want Myrtle saying her name.
Mrytle gets ran over by a yellow car and is killed
“She didn’t like it,” he insisted. “She didn’t have a good time.” This is expressing Gatsby disappointment from Daisy reaction from the party. He only threw the parties so he could impress Daisy. So she could see his success after he got out of the war. Gatsby wanted Daisy to see his house lights shine on her house across the bay. The reason he threw the parties were for Daisy, and since Daisy didn't enjoy it Gatsby stopped throwing parties.
Gatsby gets shot by George Wilson
"Her frightened eyes told that whatever intentions, whatever courage, she had had, were definitely gone." This quote is saying how Gatsby wanted Daisy to leave her life behind and start over with him. But Gatsby was asking for too much and Daisy got really overwhelmed. Tom kept talking to her bringing up memories they had together. Then Gatsby is in another corner telling Tom Daisy never loved him. Daisy was so overwhelmed she just wanted to go home.
"You see, when we left New York she was very nervous and she thought it would steady her to drive-The second my hand reached the wheel I felt the shock — it must have killed her instantly.” This quote is explains how Myrtle died. Tom thinks that Gatsby killed Myrtle, but actually it was Daisy. Gatsby actually killed Daisy and now Gatsby is waiting outside of Tom and Daisy house to make sure Daisy is okay.
"The chauffeur — he was one of Wolfsheim’s proteges — heard the shots — afterward he could only say that he hadn’t thought anything much about them." This is when Gatsby dies because George shot him. The only reason George shot him was because Tom told him that Gatsby had a affair with her and killed her. Then George shot himself because he was depressed from the death of Myrtle. This is significant because when Gatsby died so did the American Dream. It shows the failure of the American Dream. Which means the American Dream can only last for so long withoutfalling.