The Great Gatsby Final Essay

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Sirenia MillanPeriod 9The Great Gatsby final project.If Myrtle Wilson was not killed in the novel…When Gatsby and Daisy left the hotel room, the car was silent. Neither of them said a word. Although they both eagerly wanted to just discuss what happened in the hotel room. Gatsby wanted to just tell her the truth about everything. He wanted her to know that all he did was just for her. He wanted to assure her, that his love was for her only. That he was ready to make her happy, because he had finally accomplished his wealth, for both of them. Daisy just looked up at the sky, crying. She was beyond confused; so many thoughts were running through her mind. At this point, she felt she was better off alone. She knew very well that her husband was un-loyal. And she never thought Gatsby would return. Five years of her not knowing anything about Gatsby, she had lost hope.Just a mile away before arriving at Daisy's house, Gatsby pulls over, and he hugs Daisy. He held her tight, this made Daisy cry even more. Gatsby began to wipe her tears, "I could hold you for a million years, to make you feel my love. I know you haven't made your mind up yet, but I would never do you wrong. I've known it from the moment that we met, no doubt in my mind where you belong, I'd go hungry I'd go black and blue, I'd go crawling down the avenue, no there's nothing that I wouldn't do to make you feel my love. I could make you happy; make your dreams come true. Nothing that I wouldn't do,...

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