With time he met Daisy again and her husband started to notice and was upset with it. Later in the story, Wilson’s wife was hit by a Gatsby’s car. While Daisy was the one driving, Gatsby said he was to protect her because he loved her. Wilson’s anger led to this situation, “It was after we started with Gatsby toward the house that the gardener saw Wilson’s body a little way off in the grass, and the holocaust was complete” (Fitzgerald 162). George Wilson killed Gatsby and then himself.
Daisy marries Tom Buchanan, a wealthy man, as believes that money makes everything better. Her beliefs about wealth shows her obsession with financial stability. In the near beginning of the novel, Daisy finds out a secret that Tom is hiding from her. Jordan says, “’She might have the decency not to telephone him at dinner time. Don’t you think?’” (Fitzgerald, 20).
She was clearly unhappy with her husband, so she decided to have an affair with Tom Buchanan. She is an extremely jealous mistress and it becomes apparent to George that she has been cheating. He locks her away in their apartment above their garage. When she sees a car that she believes belongs to Tom, “she rushed out into the dusk, waving her hands and shouting” and she was immediately killed (7). This causes George to seek revenge on the owner of the car, whom he believes his wife was cheating on him with.
Viewing over the evidence the police said that she walked in, saw her husband vulnerable and drunk hits him over the head kills him and tells a lie to her friends. Then takes the pan washes it for her fingerprints to leave, then puts it on the stove claiming it was on when she walked in. Her friends in a drunken state believed her of course. They panicked the called the police claiming that he fell off the top of the stairs. Just like in all murders there is always a reason to why they suspect is not guilty.
After Daisy kills Tom’s mistress, Tom blames it on Gatsby. Gatsby ends up being killed by the mistress’s husband and then Tom and Daisy run away, leaving the mess behind them. “They were careless people… they smashed up things and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness… and let other people clean up the mess they had made” (187-188). Here, it is showing how the rich do not care about their mistakes. They expect others to clean up their own mess like their maids and butlers.
When Daisy killed Myrtle with Gatsby’s car, instead of taking the blame for it, Gatsby did. Gatsby took the blame for it because of how much he loves Daisy and because of Daisy’s wrongdoing Gatsby ends up getting killed by Myrtle’s husband, Wilson. Nick best described Daisy’s selfishness when he said, “ They were careless people, Tom and Daisy - They smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back to their money… and let other people clean up their mess.” (Fitzgerald
But has always been in the mid to lower class. One day she and her husband get an invite to go to a rich party. She borrows a necklace from one of her friends. The necklace looks valuable so Loisel's going to return it after the party. When she goes to the party, she has a great time and has an absolute blast.
So, the wreck is all her fault. If she would have left Pitty Sing home, this would have not had happened. In the essay " 'A Good Man is Hard to Find ': Overview" Arthur F. Kinney writes "At the start Bailey 's mother, the grandmother of the story, is exactingly described as sneaky (she deliberately deceives Bailey about the family cat which she smuggles on their vacation and which will cause the deaths of the entire
Upon shredding his handicaps and removing the girl’s handicaps, he was killed by the Handicapper General. She could have just put stronger handicaps on Harrison and the ballerina after capturing them, but she decided to kill them instead. It may the faster and more permanent solution, but it’s what happened after that that clears up the claim. On a T.V. in the Bergeron family house, while Harrison’s mother and father were watching the channel on which Harrison was killed, the television tube burnt out about 10 seconds after Harrison was killed and Mrs. Bergeron/Hazel, automatically forgot what she saw and was unable to inform her husband, George, of what happened.
We see the characters of this book go slowly wander from their path of finding wealth and love and enter a new journey of immoral actions. By examining Gatsby, Daisy, and Tom, one can see that the journey to obtain the American Dream results in fake materialistic behaviour, unhappiness, and death. By examining Gatsby, one can see that he did anything to get Daisy’s attention and make her love him. This leads him to be extremely careless about his money and himself. Gatsby throws huge extravagant parties, which is seen many time through the book.
“I needed to hate someone and you’re the one I love the most, so it fell on you.” In the beginning, it was a car accident that killed Mia’s entire family, then deciding between Juilliard or Adam. Characterization is developed in this book through Mia. Through all of the tragic and exciting events that happen in her life we learn about Mia through her personality and the hard decisions she makes. After the death of her entire family, Mia needed someone to blame so that blame fell on the only person she had left, Adam. Choosing Juilliard may have been the right decision at the time, but fate has its ways so maybe Mia and Adam are meant to be.
This novel shows the story of a young male by the name of Tom Brennan who is forced to move from where he lives when his brother Daniel becomes the perpetrator in a horrible accident. Much like in the Australian story In my Little Town this novel in centred all around a terrible car crash caused by a young male. In The Story of Tom Brennan one of the main times where the line between perpetrator and victim can be blurred is with the character Claire. Claire probably was the reason Daniel started become aggressive and crazy which is what lead up to the accident because she broke up with him while he was drunk before the accident occurred. This part of the book shows that Claire could be partly responsible for the accident and could probably be also a perpetrator in this situation.