The Great Gatsby

How does Fitzgerd prepare the reader for what is about to happen? What words are used? What figures of speech are employed?

Chapter 7

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I love this line that really foreshadows the accident:

Nick:  So we drove on toward death through the cooling twilight. Ch7

Note how the metaphor of death as a state of being is reflected in the soon to be killing of Mertyl.