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The rain in chapter five foreshadows Daisy's tears as she reveals to Gatsby that what they had before could no longer exist. Fitzgerald saying "they were sitting at either end of the couch" (89). Thus showing the distance and separation that lies between the two .
This scene in the book foreshadows the dream that can't exist by sort of on the down low, expressing the feeling that Gatsby is just trying to walk back into Daisy's life uninvited, much like how he did when Daisy was actually in the house, Nick describing him by saying "he stalked by me" (86).
Fitzgerald lastly foreshadows that Gatsby's dream no longer exists by saying that with Nick's presence, Daisy and Gatsby felt "satisfactorily alone" (94). Showing that there will always be something that stands in between Daisy and Gatsby, which would be Tom. Allowing for Gatsby to see that, he cannot have Daisy, and Daisy cannot have him.
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