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Great Gatsby - Gatsby and Daisy
Pretty as a picture: Genevra King, a rich debutante, was the great unrequited love of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Much like the story he would wrote about iconic characters Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan, their relationship was doomed
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In the beginning of chapter VII we get to know that Gatsby and Daisy have been spending a lot of time together. In order to avoid the gossip about these rendezvous Gatsby fires all his servants and replaced them with new ones. Parties at his house become rarer and it becomes more quiet around his house. During that period Nick is invited to lunch at the Buchanans’. Jordan and Gatsby are present , too and tense conversations between the characters begin. Gatsby and Daisy make Tom jealous by flirting with each other and the provoking situation ends in a trip to New York. Tom challenges Gatsby to change cars to drive to New York and with a short stop at Wilson’s gas station to fill up Gatsby’s yellow car driven by Tom they all meet again in the parlour of a suite in the Plaza Hotel near Central Park. There, Daisy’s real feelings about her past with Gatsby and Tom are conveyed. Gatsby is disappointed about the fact that she loved Tom once ,too and accuses her of being confused and not knowing what she is saying. When Tom starts to argue with Gatsby about what he found out about his real past it gets too much for Daisy and they head on home- this time with Gatsby and Daisy in Gatsby’s car.
As the summer progresses, Nick eventually garners an invitation to one of Gatsby’s legendary parties. He encounters Jordan Baker at the party, and they meet Gatsby himself, a surprisingly young man who affects an English accent, has a remarkable smile, and calls everyone “old sport.” Gatsby asks to speak to Jordan alone, and, through Jordan, Nick later learns more about his mysterious neighbor. Gatsby tells Jordan that he knew Daisy in Louisville in 1917 and is deeply in love with her. He spends many nights staring at the green light at the end of her dock, across the bay from his mansion. Gatsby’s extravagant lifestyle and wild parties are simply an attempt to impress Daisy. Gatsby now wants Nick to arrange a reunion between himself and Daisy, but he is afraid that Daisy will refuse to see him if she knows that he still loves her. Nick invites Daisy to have tea at his house, without telling her that Gatsby will also be there. After an initially awkward reunion, Gatsby and Daisy reestablish their connection. Their love rekindled, they begin an affair.Myrtle Wilson dashes out in the road in front of her husbands gas station as Gatsby and Daisy drive through the valley of ashes. Gatsbys car hits her. She is killed. The car drives on it leaves the scene of the accident.
Nick and Jordan and Tom come upon the accident scene. All the gory details of the accident are related. Jordan and Nick then drive on with Tom to the Buchanans place.