The Great Gatsby - Study Guide Chapter 5, The Great Gatsby Summary & Analysis

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When Nick arrives home, and almost before Nick's taxi has left, Gatsby comes to find out how the conversation with Jordan went. Nick reveals that Jordan told him everything, and that he (Nick) is willing to ask Daisy to tea the day after tomorrow. The suddenly nervous Gatsby offers to have Nick's lawn cut for him, and then suggests the possibility of a job, adding when he sees Nick's suspicion that it wouldn't have anything to do with Wolfsheim. Nick refuses the offer, Gatsby goes home, and Nick calls Daisy, who accepts his invitation.

The day of the meeting is cold and rainy. A very apprehensive Gatsby comes by to wait, but Daisy is late. Just as he is about to leave, however, Daisy's car pulls up. Nick fetches her in, only to find the living room empty, but then Gatsby...

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