Great Gatsby Chapter 9 Eddie Romero
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Can you come to the funeral?
Aren't you his close friend?
When a man gets killed I never like to get mixed up in it in any way. I keep out.
Nick is grieving now and two years ago over the lost of his close friend, Jay Gatsby, and was planning his funeral quickly after his murder.
Gatsby's dad comes to the Gatsby residence to stay there while Nick is calling Gatsby's friends to see if they will be able to attend the funeral
Oh no.. I know she did not just call me a liar.
Nick goes and visits Meyers, a "close" friend to Gatsby, to see if he'll come to the funeral and refuses and says that "When a man gets killed I never like to get mixed up in it in any way. I keep out."
Gatsby's funeral happens with only Nick, Gatsby's dad, the priest, a couple of servants, and an unfamiliar man show up to the funeral.
Nick and Jordan have their final encounter with each other and Jordan saying that she got engaged and that Nick is a liar even with his serious, honest mindset. Nick's thoughts show that he loved Jordan but in a way felt sorry.
Nick lies on the beach near his and Gatsby's house admiring the view nearby with the many lights turning off, and the green light. While thinking about his friend Gatsby.
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