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  • New friends, new memories
  • Love    is twisted
  • Dreams really do come true
  • In chapter 3 Nick and Gatsby meet. Nick is invited to one of Gatsby's house parties. Other people just show up, no body is ever invited to these parties, but, Nick was. From this first encounter they became great friends, this is where everything starts. This encounter starts all the catastrophe, drama, and heartbreak in the story. Gatsby and Nicks relationship grows throughout the story, it becomes stronger and solely based on trust and commitment. "There was something gorgeous about him, some heightened sensitivity to the promise of life..." this quote shows us that Nick sees Jay as this magical, amazing person, bu he still has so much to learn.  
  • Lights don't always lead the way
  • Tom and Myrtle, the two hustlers, and secret lovers, have been together for some time now. The affair between the two show that the "love" that Tom has for Daisy isn't    fully there. Myrtle just uses Tom for his money, and successful    lifestyle.   There are no real emotion ore feelings between anyone involved.  "DAISY! DAISY! DAISY!... I'll say it whenever i want to!    DAISY!   DAI-..." this quote shows that myrtle really doesn't     care about Daisy. she only wants Tom for herself, so that she can get all the money and attention.
  • Don't Drink and Drive
  • The reunion of Gatsby and Daisy is significant because, Gatsby has built his entire life around possibly one day seeing the girl that he fell in love with, and maybe even winning her back. Gatsby is so love struck by Daisy that he lets his guard down just a tad bit too much. He felt like he could be himself again, love again. Gatsby thought too quick, and fell to hard for Daisy. "For half a minute there wasn't a sound. Then from the living-room    i heard a sort of choking murmur and part of a laugh, followed by Daisy's voice on a clear artificial note,  'I certainly am glad to see you again'"  (Fitzgerald 86)
  • Even the most successful    fail
  • The green light that Gatsby reaches for in the story, is him reaching out to Daisy, and calling her out to bring her back to him. This light represents the hopes and dreams for his and Daisy's future together.  Although Gatsby and Daisy in the end don't end up together like he had wished, he still continues to dream of the life he could've    had  with her.    "Gatsby believed    in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us."
  • The  killing of Myrtle Wilson is significant because this event shows that even though Daisy is the one who was driving the car, Gatsby still took the blame for her, But this also shows the cowardice of Daisy who leaves and hides in her mansion surrounded by all of her money and riches. And even though Gatsby doesn't know it, this is the last encounter that he and Daisy will have. "The 'Death Car' as the Newspapers called it, didn't stop; it came out of the gathering darkness, waved tragically for a moment, and then disappeared  around the next bend"(Fitzgerald 137) 
  • At the end of the story, Gatsby is shot in his pool by George B, Wilson, because Tom accused him of killing Myrtle. The death of Gatsby is the failure of the American Dream. The goals that we all wish to reach, he is that failure. After his death, Nick soon realizes just how lonely Gatsby really is, and that he is Gatsby's only real friend.   "After Gatsby's death the East was haunted for me like that, distorted beyond my eyes' power of correction"
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