(TS) Gatsby tries to get Daisy away from her husband Tom, this enrages Tom and spawns arguments between each other, which ends with Gatsby being murdered.(CD) Gatsby starts up trouble with Tom when he convinces Daisy to leave her husband, by making her say to Tom “I never loved you.” For Tom hearing his wife say “I never loved you” made him very upset, (CD) and knowing that Gatsby forced Daisy to to leave him, this makes Tom form a powerful hatred for Gatsby. After a argument between Tom and Gatsby, Gatsby and Daisy dive back to were on their way back to Gatsby's house with Daisy at the wheel, she accidentally runs over Myrtle. Tom then drives by the scene, and finds out that she was killed by a (SyCD) yellow car, the car that symbolizes wealth which symbolizes Gatsby. (CM) Knowing this Tom doesn't hesitate to tell a grief stricken Mr. Wilson that Gatsby killed Myrtle, when he comes by his house. Later on Mr. Wilson finds Gatsby swimming in his pool, and then he shoots Gatsby to death. (CM)Gatsby's love for Daisy gets Tom so angry that he uses Myrtle's death to tell Mr. Wilson to go kill him for loving Daisy.
(TS) Early in The Book Myrtle has a relationship with Tom, but her love for him gets her beaten by Tom, and eventually killed. (CD) During the relationship Myrtle tries to become something she is not, a upper class woman. Myrtle, Tom, and the other characters decide to have a house party later on where she said “Daisy! Daisy! Daisy! I'll say it whenever I want to! Daisy Dai-” (CD) Tom then breaks her nose, (CM) because she... [continues]
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