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Unformatted text preview: investigated Gatsby and found out that he earned his money through being a bootlegger. The argument dies down and Gatsby and Daisy decide to leave in his car. The rest of the group quietly exits with Tom. Meanwhile in the chapter Wilson and Myrtle are fighting. During the fight she runs into the road just as two cars are approaching in either direction. She is hit and killed but the car does not stop. It is later found out that the car was Gatsby's and Daisy was driving it. Tom pulls up a little later when he sees all of the commotion around Wilson's. Wilson believes that it was Tom, but Tom assures him it wasn't. Later, back at Toms, Gatsby approaches Nick. He admits that Daisy was driving the car. Nick asks Gatsby to come back with him but Gatsby wants to wait outside the house to make sure that nothing happens to Daisy....
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