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1) One day the garage owner discovers his wife’s love-affair. To escape his violent reaction, she runs out of the house, and is run down by Gatsby’s yellow car, driven by Daisy.
2) To protect Daisy, Gatsby pretends he was driving the car at the moment of the accident, and is eventually killed by the jealous husband, while Daisy, without revealing the truth, returns to her vacuous existence.
3) Nick Carraway, the narrator, turns away in disgust from lives founded on amoral passions, self-assertion and emotional indulgence. All the same, Gatsby’s illusion seems to him a symbol of the life of America in the 20s.

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    1) One day, the garage owner discovers his wife’s love affair. To escape his violent reaction, she runs out of the house and is run down by Gatsby’s yellow car, driven by Daisy.

    2) To protect Daisy, Gatsby pretends he was driving the car at the moment of the accident and is eventually killed by the jealous husband, while Daisy, without revealing the truth, returns to her vacuous existence.

    3) Nick Carraway, the narrator, turns away in disgust from these lives founded on amoral passions, self-assertion, and emotional indulgence. All the same, Gatsby’s illusion seems to him<~~Who is "him"? Nick? or Gatsby? This needs to be clarified. a symbol of the life of America in the '20s.

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