Gives the house an illusion when Gatsby is really isolated in reality Leaves

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Gives the house an illusion, when Gatsby is really isolated in reality Leaves with Jordan Jordan is a careless driver; because of her wealth she does not care about driving carefully Chapter 4:
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Gatsby’s parties continue throughout the summer He invited Nick to lunch Drives a luxurious car Gatsby tell Nick about his Background Studied at Oxford The son of a couple wealthy people that have all died Nick becomes convinced with evidence (photos) Gatsby tell him he has a favour to ask and Jordan will ask on his behalf Introduces Nick to Meyer Wolfsheim Criminal and “gangster” Gatsby asks if Nick wants to take part in his “side business”, however Nick immediately rejects him Chapter 5: Gatsby and Nick reunite at Nick’s house Grass is cute Floral display Both Gatsby and Daisy are embarrassed Nick leaves of a while and comes back to Daisy in tears and a glowing Gatsby Gatsby invites them over to his house, so that he can show Daisy Gatsby shows Daisy his shirts, and she begins crying She realizes she could have married both for love and wealth Also realizes gatsby will never be in the same class as Tom Receives “urgent” call again Klipspringer is called to play piano, Daisy and Gatsby are lost in their conversation, they don’t notice when Nick leaves Chapter 6: Gatsby's true past From North Dakota Born James Gatz (changed it at 17) Began travelling with Dan Cody Learned from him, however when he died, Gatsby was stripped of his fortune Gatsby created his own image of himself at 17 and built himself to be exactly that Nick goes around New York with Jordan Tom goes to see Gatsby
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