n the middle chapters of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby succeeds, at first, at winning Daisy's affections.?

In the middle chapters of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby succeeds, at first, at winning Daisy's affections. How does this plot development make the outcome of the novel ironic? A. Daisy doesn't attend Gatsby's funeral. B. Tom confronts Gatsby about the affair. C. Daisy is cheating on her husband, Tom. D. Gatsby tries and fails to recreate the past.

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  • 1 day ago

    Lai, old sport, how was it that Nick, Daisy's cousin,  just happened to move into the little house next to Gatsby? Coincidence? I think it had to be arranged by Gatsby.  What do you think? 

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    2 days ago

    Look, just read the book. We're not here to do your homework.

  • 2 days ago

    Daisy doesn't attend Gatsby's funeral

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