The Great Gatsby chapter 9
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Following the death of Gatsby Nick attempts to contact family and friends of Gatsby to attend his funeral. Sadly, no one wants to come and pay their respects.
Gatsby's father comes in for the funeral. He is deeply troubled by his son's death and believed that he was to do great things in life.
Nick was unable to get any of Gatsby's old friends to come to the funeral and on the day of, only Gatsby's father, the man with the Owl-Eyed glasses, and Nick show up.
Jordan and Nick get into an argument where Jordan calls Nick dishonest. The two end whatever feelings they had for each other.
Nick encounters Tom New York a few weeks later and refuses to shake Tom's hand. Nick learns that Tom was the one to tell Wilson that Gatsby was driving the car and killed Myrtle. Nick comes to the conclusion that Tom and Daisy do not care for anything but themselves.
Nick goes back to Gatsby's house and looks out across the bay. He thinks about the first settlers in America and realizes the green light across the bay was from Daisy. The light was a symbol for a beacon of success and a better future.
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