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How have you been?
I've been good. how about you?
I've been good. I've just missed you all these years.
Oh, Gatsby. I've missed you too.
Why didn't you wait for me, Daisy?
You couldn't provide for me Jay. I couldn't just wait around for you to come back.
But I love you Daisy.
Don't do this. You know I'm with Tom now.
I can't do this. I'm sorry.
But you can leave Tom and be with me. I can give you everything you want.
The point of view changes the story because it gives us more insight on the feelings between Gatsby and Daisy. Gatsby still loves Daisy, so in their conversation he confesses that to her. She doesn't know how to leave Tom, so she tells Gatsby she can't be with him. Gatsby thinks just because he has money now that Daisy will come running back to him, but she still tells him no. I think Daisy still loves Gatsby deep down, but she's too scared to leave Tom right now.
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