How Does Daisy Buchanan Give Me Death

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Give Me Truth or Give Me Death! During Nick Carraway's final remarks regarding Tom and Daisy Buchanan, he said "they were careless people, Tom and Daisy — they smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness or whatever it was that kept them together and let other people clean up the mess they made . . ." (187-188). Tom and Daisy Buchanan left out of the blue after Gatsby's death, fearing a bad eye from others, however, because they left, that is exactly what they received, because out of all people, Daisy should've at least attended Gatsby's funeral, no matter what her jealous husband Tom thought. Daisy Buchanan and Gatsby were lovers long before Daisy ever met her husband, Tom. Gatsby and Daisy met before WWI…show more content…
Tom was a well respected figure who cared about his money and image, very much like his wife, Daisy. After the car accident where Daisy preformed a hit-and-run on Myrtle, Tom told George Wilson that Gatsby owned the car, which wasn't true, but he didn't know his wife Daisy was the one actually driving. Tom told George this right after the big fight over who has Daisy's heart in the room in New York City, so obviously, he had bad intentions. Shortly after Tom told George who owned the car, George made a quick trip to West Egg where he shot Gatsby in his swimming pool, then committed suicide in Gatsby's lawn. The first person Nick thought he should tell was Daisy due to their relationship, however, when Nick called their butler informed him that "she and Tom had gone away early that afternoon, and taken baggage with them . . ." (172). Even though Daisy claimed she loved Gatsby, she didn't even say goodbye but instead just left, because she was scared people were going to find out she was actually the one who killed Myrtle, and fled along with Tom and their daughter Pammy Buchanan, to some far off place in the
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