There, Tom told him that the yellow car was Gatsby's and insinuated that Gatsby was the one who killed Myrtle and the one who was sleeping with her (9.143). Read more
Nick initially refuses to shake Tom's hand but eventually accepts. Tom tells him that he was the one who told Wilson that Gatsby owned the car that killed Myrtle, and describes how greatly he suffered when he had to give up the apartment he kept in the city for his affair. He says that Gatsby deserved to die.
Wilson got Gatsby's name form Tom. In Chapter 9, Nick runs into Tom and Tom told Wilson that the car was Gatsby's. If he hadn't, Tom would have been killed then and there.
Later that night, Tom and Gatsby drive their own cars back from the city. When Myrtle sees the yellow car coming down the road, she assumes it's Tom, breaks out of her room, and runs out to seek his help. Myrtle's mistake proves fatal when Daisy, who's driving Gatsby's car, accidentally hits her, killing her instantly.
He finds that Daisy and Tom have left town. What are Tom's motives in telling Wilson that Gatsby owned the car driven in the accident? Tom wants to incite Wilson against Gatsby and conceal Daisy's gift. Why, after Gatsby's death, does Nick decide to "come back home" to the Midwest?
-He believes they are the eyes of God and leaps to the conclusion that whoever was driving the car that killed Myrtle must have been her lover. ... -Wilson shoots Gatsby, killing him instantly, then shoots himself. Nick finds Gatsby dead. -Nick hurries back to West Egg and finds Gatsby floating dead in his pool.
What lie does Tom tell Wilson? That he brought Gatsby's yellow car last week and offers to sell it. ... That Daisy never loved Tom and she always and still does love Gatsby.
Why is Myrtle Wilson upset when she sees Tom and Jordan? Tom and Jordan stop for gas and Myrtle mistakes Jordan for Daisy, and get extremely jealous. Why does George Wilson lock Myrtle in the bedroom? He found out Myrtle has been having an affair, but doesn't know who with.
In both book and movie, Gatsby is waiting for a phone call from Daisy, but in the film, Nick calls, and Gatsby gets out of the pool when he hears the phone ring. He's then shot, and he dies believing that Daisy was going to ditch Tom and go way with him.
No, she does not. Gatsby is not actually in love with Daisy either. He is in love with the idea of Daisy. Daisy is materialistic.
Wilson Gets Gatsby's name from Tom. In Chapter nine, Nick meets up with Tom. Tom says that he told Wilson that the car belonged to Gatsby. Tom claims that if he had not, Wilson would have killed him on the spot.
where do you think wilson gets the information to track the car to gatsby? use evidence from the text. wilson spends the day wondering around from port roosevelt to gods hill. by half past two, he's in west egg looking for gatsby.
George realizes his wife is having an affair. ... George Wilson seeks the name and identity of the person driving the car that struck and killed his wife, thinking that it is also the man with whom she was having an affair. Finding his way to West Egg, he kills Gatsby and then himself.
Why does Gatsby stop throwing parties? ... Why does Gatsby allow Daisy to drive his car? Wants to calm her nerves after a tense lunch. Why doesn't Gatsby leave West Egg when authorities find it was his car that killed?
I can't help what's in the past." She began to sob helplessly.
She may fear being arrested. She certainly would fear what others might think of her if she went to the funeral, which—ironically—hardly anyone attended. It had become too embarrassing to know and associate with Gatsby for Daisy. He was something she had to get rid of.
Nick hurries back to West Egg and finds Gatsby floating dead in his pool. Nick imagines Gatsby's final thoughts, and pictures him disillusioned by the meaninglessness and emptiness of life without Daisy, without his dream.
He was told that they left town and do not have a date set to return. The book implies that they are on the run, due to the investigation of Myrtle's death. Daisy was the one who ran over Myrtle in Gatsby's car. The only person to show up to the funeral that also came to Gatsby's parties is Owl Eyes.
Myrtle seems to believe Tom genuinely loves her, and would marry her if only Daisy would divorce him. Nick knows that Tom would never marry Myrtle, and the lopsidedness of the relationship makes Myrtle a more sympathetic character than she would be otherwise.
Tom starts revealing what he knows about Gatsby from his investigation. It turns out that Gatsby's money comes from illegal sales of alcohol in drugstores, just as Tom had predicted when he first met him. Tom has a friend who tried to go into business with Gatsby and Wolfshiem.
She is looking out of the window and sees Tom in Gatsby's yellow car with Nick and with a woman she has never seen before (Jordan Baker). Nick can tell from the jealous look in Myrtle's eye that she thinks Jordan Baker is Daisy (Tom's wife).
The person responsible for Myrtle Wilson's death is Daisy Buchanan. Daisy is responsible for driving a car that hit Myrtle Wilson on the side of the road. Daisy is driving when Myrtle Wilson jumped out in front of Daisy for help. Witnesses say that a person in a yellow car was the one who hit her.
Tom realises that it was Gatsby's car that struck and killed Myrtle. Back at Daisy and Tom's home, Gatsby tells Nick that Daisy was driving the car that killed Myrtle but he will take the blame.
What was ironic about Gatsby's death? Gatsby's death was ironic because he didn't kill Myrtle and because it was the first time in the whole summer he ever swam in his pool. ... Wilson that Gatsby's car was the one that killed his wife.
Wilson eventually goes to Gatsby's house, where he finds Gatsby lying on an air mattress in the pool, floating in the water and looking up at the sky. Wilson shoots Gatsby, killing him instantly, then shoots himself. Nick hurries back to West Egg and finds Gatsby floating dead in his pool.