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111-112). Towards the end of the story, however, Tom finds out about Gatsby and Daisy and a heated argument ensues. That fateful night, returning to their homes on Long Island, Daisy, while driving Gatsby's car, accidentally runs over Tom's mistress, Myrtle Wilson...
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That fateful night, returning to their homes on Long Island, Daisy, while driving Gatsby's car, accidentally runs over Tom's mistress, Myrtle Wilson. Her deranged husband George Wilson discovers that it was Gatsby's car that hit wife; as a result, he seeks out Gatsby and kills him...
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