Surname; 1Students Name:Professors Name:Class Code:Date:Motive of crimeOne crime that stands out in the novel, Great Gatsby by Scott Fitzgerald is whereGeorge B. Wilson shoots Jay Gatsby. This incidence is clearly shown in the novel especially inchapter seven. However, because of how things happen in the book, it becomes of greatsignificance to investigate the motive of the crime. It all starts when Gatsby, Nick, Daisy, Jordanand Tom are at the house of Buchanan. While at this place, Tom leaves the others and goes tohave a talk with his mistress on the phone and at this time, Daisy boldly kisses Gatsby which is adeclaration of her love to him (Long 1920-1925). Later on, Tom is in the position to witness asoft glance that is passed between Gatsby and Daisy which is a big hint that the two are havingan affair. Although Tom is enraged by what he has come to learn, he agrees that they should allgo to the city. To get to the city, Jordan, Nick and Tom use the car of Gatsby while Daisy andGatsby travel in the car belonging to Tom. On the trip, Tom meets Wilson who informs Tom thathe and Myrtle will be headed west soon after having learned of the secret life of Myrtle the onlything remaining is getting to know the secret lover to Myrtle (Myers-Scotton 1998).The story continues by bringing in George Wilson who happens to be found sick by theneighbor known as Michaelis. In this same chapter, (chapter seven), Wilson states that he haslocked Myrtle insid ...
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