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Gatsby vs. Tom
Daisy never loved you! I'm the only one that deserves her, not you!
Nonsense! I don't have the slightest idea who you are, but I do know this; there is only one person for my wife, Mr. GATZ, and that's me!
Nick vs. Self
Oh dear, whatever shall I do? Gatsby has asked me to tag along on YET ANOTHER one of his dates with Daisy. Now, don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against Gatsby, but I can’t spend my entire summer as a third wheel!
Wilson vs. Nature
Oh woe is me! My beloved Myrtle is having an affair, and I simply cannot cope! In fact, I don’t think I’m feeling all too well...
When Gatsby returned from war, he was still under the illusion that Daisy would be waiting there for him. When that turns out to not be the case, it causes conflict between him and Daisy’s husband, Tom
After Gatsby figures out that Nick is related to Daisy, he quickly takes advantage of that, and implores that Nick stays with them for most of their excursions. This undoubtedly causes turmoil within Nick, because he only has so much time in the day.
When Wilson discovers that his wife, Myrtle, is having an affair, he is so stricken with grief that he becomes physically sick at the thought of it.
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