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Gatsby vs. Tom
Daisy wants to be with me because she's in love with me and has been for five years. She never loved you Tom.
That's nonsense! Daisy would never want to be with a fraud and at least I legally earned my money.
Nick vs. Self
What have I been doing with my life?
I can't do this anymore! Everyone here is so caught up in their wealth and careless towards others. I'm out of here!
Daisy vs. Self
I could have had all of this with Gatsby. I should have waited for him. These shirts are beautiful.
After Gatsby and Daisy tell Tom of their affair, Gatsby urges Daisy to tell Tom she never loved him. Daisy can't do this because she knows in her heart she did love Tom at once. Tom tries to use Gatsby's money against him to win back Daisy.
Nick realizes that everyone in East Egg is so consumed in their wealth and careless towards others. He also realizes he had been so consumed in this lifestyle that he lost himself. Nick decides to leave and head back home where the morals are better. He is also saddened at the fact that no one came to Gatsby's funeral.
As Daisy sees Gatsby's shirts she realizes the life she could've had with Gatsby. She begins to cry and Gatsby asks what's wrong. Instead of telling him what's truly wrong she says that the shirts are beautiful. Daisys has an internal struggle with her materialism.
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