1.10 the Great Gatsby
Character Behavior Consequences
Self absorbed He’s let down when all of his action don’t give him the results he wants.
Careless, selfish She gets the attention she seeks and the guilt becomes too much; especially when the tables turn and she finds out Tom is cheating.
Tom Buchanan Firm, barbaric He loses his mistress and his wife begins to have an affair.
Jordan Baker Self-centered , dishonest Nick leaves her forever.
Distant to George and annoying with Tom She loses her life in a car accident and ends up hurting George and Tom.
Jealousy His wife as an affair, he kills Gatsby and later takes his own life all after losing his wife. …show more content…
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