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The Great Gatsby In Scott F Fitzgeralds book The Great Gatsby the main character Jay Gatsby is eventually murdered by George Wilson However it would not be appropriate to cast all the blame upon Mr Wilson There were others who falsely fueled Mr Wilsons rage and who covered up their involvement in the crime of killing Myrtle Wilson Mr Wilsons wife The novel is based upon the ideals of treachery and deceit and the actions of those who were involved in the event of murdering Gatsby are no less manipulative The treacherous actions of Daisy and Tom in driving the car that killed Myrtle Wilson and fueling the rage of George Wilson caused the eventual death of Jay Gatsby Jay Gatsby had spent his entire life trying to appease Daisy however she who drove the car that killed Myrtle Wilson George Wilsons rage was stimulated mainly the death of his wife and he sought revenge against the person who had done this Daisy was driving the car however Gatsby said that of course Ill say I was in order to protect her Daisy was very nervous and thought that it would steady her to drive She was nervous because of the altercation that occurred a little while ago between Tom and Gatsby as to who Daisy truly loved Since Tom had driven Gatsbys car on the way to ton Myrtle Wilson being Toms mistress jumped out onto the street when she saw the car coming back not knowing that it was Daisy and not Tom who was driving Daisy should not have driven back in the first place as she was so nervous however since Gatsby was madly in love with her he could not deny her anything Daisy abused Gatsbys love for her and let him take the blame which eventually led to his murder trough the hands of George Wilson Tom stimulated and fueled the rage of George
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