The Great Gatsby (SparkNotes Literature Guide Series)
Early drafts of the novel entitled Trimalchio: An Early Version of The Great Gatsby have been published.   A notable difference between the Trimalchio draft and The Great Gatsby is a less complete failure of Gatsby's dream in Trimalchio . Another difference is that the argument between Tom Buchanan and Jay Gatsby is more even,  although Daisy still returns to Tom.
Observe Tom's brutish, racist rhetoric and misogynistic tone:
Again, if you came across that passage out of context, you would probably conclude it was from a romance novel. If that scene were a cartoon, Cupid would shoot an arrow, music would swell, and Nick’s eyes would turn into giant hearts.
Throughout all of this Gatsby continues to do business with Meyer Wolfsheim and run his own bootlegging “business," mainly based on the mysterious phone calls he's always taking. Rumors begin to swirl about where he got his money. Tom Buchanan, in particular, is instantly suspicious of Gatsby when they meet in Chapter 6 and even more so after he and Daisy attend one of Gatsby’s parties. Daisy seems particularly unhappy and Gatsby frets.
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