The Great Gatsby Conflict
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Gatsby vs. Tom
You're wrong Gatsby, remember how much you love me Daisy? Are you saying you never loved me at one point or another?
Daisy never loved you Old Sport, she has always loved me!
Daisy vs. Self
Yes, yes... it's just all so wonderful!
Daisy, are you alright?
I should have ended up with him instead...
George Wilson vs. Gatsby
When Nick, Tom, Daisy, Jordan, and Gatsby go to New York, Gatsby and Tom end up fighting over Daisy and who she really loves. Tom does not take Gatsby seriously because of the fact that he comes from "new money", which is how Tom judges others. Gatsby believes that Daisy never did love Tom, while as Tom believes that Daisy is not thinking clearly and that she still loves him and always has. This conflict eventually leads to violence, which basically makes up Daisy's mind for her in the end.
When Gatsby was showing Daisy around his mansion, Daisy became so overwhelmed that she reexamined her life choices and realized that she wanted to be with Gatsby. She was so materialistic that she was able to throw away her current marriage to be with someone who has more to offer to her. She became caught up in the moment and this shows her true character and the conflict she has within herself .
George Wilson, who was Myrtle's husband, was lead to believe that Gatsby was the one who killed his wife. Because of this, he felt as though he was responsible for getting revenge on the "murder", so to conclude this conflict, while Gatsby was swimming and waiting on a call from Daisy, George came into his home and shot Gatsby.
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