What is Chapter 6 in The Great Gatsby about?
Similarly, it is asked, what is the theme of Chapter 6 in The Great Gatsby?
Infidelity- Tom is suspicious of Gatsby's love for Daisy while at Gatsby's party. Gatsby has always had feelings for Daisy since he met her. Throughout the story the other infidelity is Tom and his mysterious. Tom has feelings and a secret relationship with Myrtle who lives in the Valley of Ashes.
Also Know, what does Nick almost remember at the end of Chapter 6? What Nick is remembering is his impression of Daisy upon reuniting with her after many years apart from his cousin. Daisy and Tom, from the time Nick visits their home in the first chapter of the book, show themselves to be very wealthy and largely unconcerned about how they treat others, including each other.
Also question is, how do Gatsby and Tom meet in Chapter 6?
In Chapter 6, Tom and Gatsby meet twice at Gatsby's house. During the first meeting, Tom and Gatsby are superficially cordial to each other. Gatsby stands ready to defend his affections for Daisy (Tom's wife), but Tom appears to be oblivious to Gatsby's connection to his wife.
What is ideal about Gatsby's dream in chapter 6?
The ideal facet of Gatsby's dream lies in the idealization of his dreams and pursuing purity through Daisy. He believes that he can achieve this with wealth and a higher social status. The corruptness in Gatsby's ideals stem from them being too unrealistic.