The Great Gatsby Chapter 7
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That's a lie! She loves me!
She's never loved you! She loves me!
Honey, please! Let's just enjoy the wonderful beverages we brought!
The climax of chapter 7 first takes place in a Hotel after Tom Buchanan discovers that his wife and James Gatz (Gatsby) have been secretly seeing each other.
Gatsby tells Tom that Daisy has never loved him in the first place and was waiting for Gatsby to reach up to her standards so they could finally be together. Knowing his wife for years, Tom denies this.
Things eventually heat up and Daisy tries to step in and try to get them to enjoy the time together. However, this doesn't work so she and Gatsby leaves the hotel and heads home.
Tom decides to take Jordan and Nick home. On the way they spot commotion at Tom Mistress' home and decide to check out what's going on. They find that she has been killed from Vehicular Manslaughter.
After trying to obtain information about what happened, Tom finds out that the car that hit her, was the car he tried to sell her husband earlier that day before heading to New York. Tom then accuses Gatsby of killing his mistress.
Tom returns home and has a talk with Daisy. He opens up about their relationship and tries to rebuild it with her.
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