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How is the tension between Tom and Gatsby represented in The Great Gatsby?

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What is the true relationship between Daisy and Tom in The Great Gatsby?

Tom and Daisy were at one point in love. But in reality, their relationship is based on money and social status. Tom is only married to Daisy because she is rich and she's qui

How did Myrtle meet Tom in The Great Gatsby?

They meet on a train to New York as Myrtle was visiting her sister. Myrtle was infatuated by the way Tom looked, and neither of them could stop looking at each other. She was

What happened with Tom in Ventura in The Great Gatsby?

Tom wrecked into a wagon and ripped one of the front wheels off of his car. He had one of the maids of the Santa Barbara Hotel riding with him in his car. This implies that To

In the book The Great Gatsby How does Tom sense that Gatsby is a Bootlegger?

When Nick asks Tom where he had heard that Gatsby is a bootlegger,Tom says "I didn't hear it. I imagined it. A lot of these newlyrich people are just big bootleggers" (114). G

Why is Tom Buchanon the antagonist in The Great Gatsby?

    Because Jay Gatsby as the protagonist. Gatsby wants Daisy, Tom's wife; she is his whole life's purpose. Basically because he works against Gatsby. But Wilson is th

What does gatsby's house represent in The Great Gatsby?

Gatsby's house, his car and his other possessions were all bought from the illegal bootlegging his did to acquire his money. You could say that these possessions represent a k

Why are tom and daisy reconciled in The Great Gatsby?

They are drawn together by their guilt, and by the unacknowledged fact that was implied in the scene at the hotel, that they both have the same cynical attitude toward life. A