Tom borrowed Gatsby's yellow Rolls-Royce to drive up to the city. On the way to New York City, Tom made a detour at a gas station in the Valley of Ashes, a run-down part of Long Island. The owner, George Wilson, shared his concern that his wife, Myrtle, may be having an affair. This unnerved Tom, who I know had been the one having an affair with Myrtle, and he leaves in a hurry. During the party, in an expensive hotel suite, the casual conversation evolved into a confrontation between Daisy, Gatsby, and Tom.
When I read the last part of The Great Gatsby, I was totally touched by Gatsby’s sacrifice for Daisy. When Wilson’s wife Myrtle tragic accident happened, Gatsby tries to hide the truth which is Daisy driving that car instantly killed Myrtle. Gatsby tell Nick what had happened during that situation. “Well, I tried to swing the wheel- he broke off, and suddenly” (Fitzgerald, 152). In order to protect Daisy, Gatsby even does not want to tell his old sport Nick.
The Basque woman, Amaia tells him off. They remove her from the bar, and then Amaia and Rafa go to his place in a fit of love- only for her to fall asleep. She slips out the next day, but leaves her purse behind- which sends Rafa on his journey to confess his love for her. Before he leaves to find Amaia- Rafa tries to call her father, Koldo, but the phone died. While on the bus to see Amaia, Rafa meets a woman named Merche.
This show also that Mary is turning to not think that she killed her husband. When the police detectives are eating their leg of lamb on of them says “Probably right under our very noses. What you think, Jack?”, and it is really right under their noses, when Mary hears that she is “in the other room, Mary Maloney began to giggle”. This shows that Mary is the cold blooded killer of her husband and that they well never find out because they just ate the murder weapon. In conclusion, there are many reasons why, Mary Maloney was the most interesting character for me, the way she covered up her husband murder, without planning any of it and also how she how she acted without any passion on
Art has to look for ways to ensure every second he spends with his father enables him to learn something new about the Holocaust. Art wants to spend the least amount of time with his father because of the bad relationship between them that was caused by the death of his mother. However, in the Great Gatsby, the central conflict is between a man and himself. Gatsby thinks that Daisy will be attracted to him because of the great wealth that he has acquired over the years. But Daisy requires more proof that Gatsby is a changed man and he no longer possesses his past character.
Gatsby 's undenying love for her got to the point where he was borderline stalking since he bought the house in perfect proximity to her house. In chapter 7 Daisy and Gatsby are driving back from the city and Daisy is driving and hits and kills Myrtle. Nick later asks Gatsby who was driving and Gatsby stepped up for Daisy by saying, "Was Daisy driving?" "Yes," he said after a moment, "but of course I 'll say I was." Gatsby 's undying love for Daisy has pushed him towards confessing to a murder that he did not commit.
Nick knows that Daisy will not call; she will not be leaving Tom to be with Gatsby. The dream of Gatsby marrying Daisy is dead, as she has chosen Tom. The night before he saw them make up and tries to get Gatsby to go home. Gatsby doesn’t leave because he is waiting for Daisy’s signal from her bedroom. Once again Nick is withholding information.
When Hazel and Gus meet Peter Van Houten in Amsterdam, they realize that he is a terrible man. It was Peter’s assistant, Lidewij Vliegenthart, who had arranged their meeting. Peter turned out to be a rude drunk who insisted that nothing happens after the main character dies in An Imperial Affliction. Much later in The Fault in Our Stars, when Gus dies, Peter Van Houten makes an appearance at his funeral. After the funeral, Hazel finds Peter in her car.
He thinks he can fix his marriage by locking his wife up and taking his wife to leave town. Also when Myrtle is hit by the car that he thinks is Tom’s, he shows up to Tom’s house with a gun. When Tom points George in the direction of Gatsby, George kills Gatsby and then himself. “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
The all-seeing eye watches as Gatsby tries to “swing the wheel” and avoid the on rushing Myrtle as she cries for help (137). After this deadly accident, as Westbrook explains, the Doctor beholds Wilson as he “takes upon himself the role of avenger” for his wife, Myrtle (83). Wilson gazes into the eyes of the Doctor and determines that he will find his wife’s murderer, for nothing,