Nick Carraway cannot sleep all night, so he hears the taxi in which Gatsby comes home and decides to visit and warn him. At breakfast he gives Gatsby the advice to leave and go to another city where they cannot find him and his car. But Gatsby does not want to follow this advice because he want to take care of Daisy. He honestly starts to tell Nick about Daisy’s and his common past. He tells that he had to go to war and had to leave Daisy. After the war he went to Oxford in an attempt to get an education.
During his time in Oxford Daisy meets Tom Buchanan, a handsome guy with a good family background, which Jay Gatsby does not have. By writing Gatsby a letter Daisy tells him that she decides for Tom.
After they finish breakfast they go out on the porch where they meet Gatsby’s gardener who wants to drain the pool for the fall but Gatsby wants to do one last swim. Nick leaves Gatsby because he has to go to the city for work where he gets a telephone call from Jordan Baker who tells him that she left “Daisy’s house” (p.111/l.34).
Meanwhile Mr. Wilson talks to a friend in the garage and tells him that he has found a way to find out who killed his wife Myrtle.
In the afternoon he goes to West Egg where he asks some people for a yellow car and there someone tells him that Gatsby was involved. As George Wilson finally arrives at Gatsby’s house he shoots Gatsby in his pool and then commit suicide as well.