What are Gatsby’s feelings by the end of the chapter 5?

In chapter 5 of The Great Gatsby, Gatsby is of course elated at having finally rekindled a relationship with Daisy. He is terribly nervous in the moments leading up to their reunion. After spending some time with her, he is enchanted but Nick notes that he is bewildered as well.

Also to know is, what are Gatsby feelings by the end of the chapter?

He was very happy. He got to hold hands with Daisy and everything. In this chapter, Gatsby’s dream seems to be fulfilled.

Furthermore, what is Gatsby’s dialogue like in Chapter 5? Early on Gatsby’s dialogue is very tense and abrupt. Later on, after his private chat with Daisy, his dialogue becomes scatter brained. He leaves his sentences unfinished and speaks without thinking about what he’s saying. He’s very wrapped up in Daisy and can’t focus around her.

Simply so, what happens at the end of Chapter 5 in The Great Gatsby?

The Great Gatsby: Chapter 5 Summary. Nick comes home to find all the lights on in Gatsby’s mansion. Gatsby wants to hang out, but clearly only because he wants to know what Nick has decided about asking Daisy for tea. Gatsby and Daisy meet in Nick’s living room in the most awkward, strained, and tense scene imaginable.

What is the weather like in this chapter how does it reflect on the emotional?

In this chapter the weather is rainy. as a purgation (outpour/downpour) of emotion: this is what Gatsby feels and expects Daisy to feel, but the date/reunion is awkward, a bit anticlimactic.

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