Great gatsby

Great gatsby

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  • Whyyyy
  • Nick is in charge of Gatsby's funeral. He is making arrangements to have a big one but many of Gatsby's "friends" were making excuses to not go to his funeral. He was frustrated realizing no one was truly his friend
  • Please dont leave me Nick, but I love you.
  • Nick meet Gatsbys dad and finds out alot abot Gatsby did not know about.
  • Its the day of the funeral and no more than ten people showed. The only people to attend the funeral are Nick, Owl Eyes, a few servants, and Gatsby’s father, Henry C. Gatz, 
  • "Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that’s no matter—tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms farther."
  • Tired of the East Egg and its empty values, Nick decides to move back to the Midwest. He breaks off his relationship with Jordan, who claims that she has become engaged to another man. 
  •  Just before Nick leaves, he encounters Tom in New York City. Tom tells him that he was the one who told Wilson that Gatsby owned the car that killed Myrtle. He says that Gatsby deserved to die. Nick concluded that Tom and Daisy are careless and uncaring people and that destroy people and things, knowing that their money will shield them from consequences.
  • Nick stand on the beach behind Gatsby house wondering how people will chase their dreams like Gatsby struggling to move towards the future. Nick senses that people everywhere are motivated by similar dreams and by a desire to move forward into a future in which their dreams are realized. Nick imagines their struggles to create that future.
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