The Great Gatsby

at this point, how would you end the novel?

its in 7 chapter

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I suppose that if you are referring to chapter 7, there is a sense of closure. At this point in the novel, when curiosity about Gatsby has reached a fever pitch, he ceases to throw his Saturday night parties. The only purpose of the parties was to solicit Daisy's attention; now that they are reunited, the parties have lost their purpose.