The Great Gatsby
By mdailey, Updated
Gatsby vs. Self
I hope Daisy likes my house. What if she doesn't? Will my material things ever be good enough for her?
Daisy vs. Self
Should I tell Tom that I love Gatsby but that I also love him? Should I leave it alone and not tell at all?
Tom and Myrtle vs. Society
Yes Tom. I love you.
Myrtle, should we be out in town without my wife knowing?
Gatsby is worried if his material items will ever be good enough for Daisy. Gatsby has spent his whole life trying to please Daisy and he hopes that she will appreciate all he has done for her. He is in a constant conflict with himself, wondering if his material items are good enough for Daisy. When he finally gets the opportunity to show Daisy his house, he hopes she loves it.
When Daisy, Tom, Gatsby, Nick, and Jordan go into town, Daisy is conflicted on whether or whether not to tell Tom that she loves Gatsby. She is afraid of Tom's reaction but she wants him to know that she loves Gatsby.
Tom and Myrtle are having an affair and they continuously go in public together. They don't care who sees them as long as it is benefiting them. Tom is selfish and always goes against what he knows is right.
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