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. The green light represents the hope that Gatsby will have a relationship with Daisy. However, by chapter seven, Gatsby is seen pining once more for Daisy in the moonlight, but this time he has made it past the green light, onto the Buchanan's lawn. Nick leaves Gatsby "standing there in the moonlight - watching over nothing" (145).The Great Gatsby - Stylistic Devices. Daisy's manslaughter of Myrtle is the resolution of the foreshadowing of both violence and the strength of the bond between Tom and Daisy in the party scene. The surprising element is that Daisy, not Tom, kills Myrtle, which reverses our expectations. In this way, Fitzgerald manipulates foreshadowing in order to surprise the reader. <b>Gatsby's</b> fate.