Essay The Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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When Nick comes home, Gatsby startles him by approaching him from across the lawn and inviting him to come with him to Coney Island or to come and swim in his pool. Nick realizes he just wants him to agree to make plans for him and tells Gatsby that he will help by inviting Daisy over for tea. Gatsby is delighted and says he wants someone to cut Nick’s grass and that he can also help him earn some money by joining him in a suspicious sounding business he does on the side, but Nick declines both offers. The next day, while is it raining, Gatsby sends someone to cut the grass and sends many flowers. When Gatsby arrives, he is noticeably extremely nervous. He checks to make sure everything is perfect and after waiting for an hour, he believes she won’t show up. Daisy finally arrives, but when Nick brings her in, Gatsby is gone. After a few moments, he enters after having walked around the house. Their reunion is very awkward at first and Gatsby tells Nick that it was a mistake. However, when Nick leaves for a while, he comes back to find both of them happily sitting. Gatsby invites them both to his house, which Daisy admires greatly due to the luxury. They walk to his room, where Gatsby takes out his collection of shirts, making Daisy cry. They go outside and Gatsby tells Daisy about the green light. Back inside, Gatsby calls Klipspringer, a strange character who plays the piano. While Klipspringer is playing, Nick quickly realizes that Gatsby and Daisy have forgotten that he…

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