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When Tom and Daisy were alone in their home, Tom demanded to know the truth about the death of Myrtle Wilson. He did not tell her about their affair, however. Daisy insisted that Gatsby had struck the poor woman, but when Tom threatened to kill him, she confessed that she had been driving the car.
Tom considered the confession for a moment but then decided it did not matter who had driven the car. It was Gatsby’s car, and George Wilson would know it. Besides, Gatsby would never let Daisy take the fall for the accident. If Gatsby wanted to play the hero for Daisy, Tom was determined to let him.
“Everything is going to be fine, Daisy,” Tom said at last. “I will protect you. That’s what a husband does for his wife.”
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