The Great Gatsby Storyboard Extra Credit
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Don't start crying, Don't start crying, Don't start crying...
Tom vs. Society
Wow. I'm so sorry to hear that Myrtle died. How tragic. Well, I better be going now, I have lots of manly things to do. Not cry. Definitely not cry.
Daisy vs. Self
Wha..what?! What's that supposed to mean?!
I...I'm sorry, Gatsby. I love you, but I also did love him, and he's my husband.
Ha ha! My wife KINDA loves me! It's a win!
When Tom discovers that Myrtle has died, he becomes very upset, but has to hold in his emotions because he does not want to tarnish his dignified reputation. However, once Tom had driven far enough away from the garage Nick hear "a low, husky sob" and "saw that tears were overflowing down his face," showing truly just how upset Tom was about Myrtle (Fitzgerald 141).
When they are in the Hotel at New York, Daisy is put on the spot and has to chose between Gatsby and Tom. Daisy wants to be with Gatsby, but eventually her materialistic side wins and she chooses to stay with Tom.
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