The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

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  • Daisy vs. Self
  • What should I do? Should I marry Tom like I’m supposed to or wait for Gatsby?
  • I miss Gatsby so much but Tom has all the money and everything is already planned.
  • Daisy loves me! You filthy bootlegger leave my wife alone!
  • Gatsby vs. Tom
  • Please, let’s all just calm down and go home. 
  • Daisy doesn’t love you! She only loves me! She’s going to leave you!
  • Nick vs. Society
  • These people are so immoral and awful. I just can't stand it anymore. I need to move back West.
  • This is Daisy in her room right before Jordan finds her drunk the night before her wedding. Daisy was struggling internally after reading a letter from Gatsby and was thinking about calling off her wedding with Tom. She ended up marrying Tom but she suffered through a lot of conflict and got drunk before making her decision.
  • While they were in town, Tom and Gatsby had an argument over Daisy. This external conflict upset Daisy very much and she tried to settle everyone down. Nick and Jordan were also present when the two men started fighting. Gatsby claimed that Daisy never loved Tom, but Tom said Daisy did love him and he loved her too even though he had made some mistakes (such as cheating with Myrtle).
  • In the end, Nick was disgusted by the society of East and West Egg. When he realized how careless and immoral everyone was, he knew he could not stay there anymore. Though the East and West Eggers were just acting like their society expected them to act, Nick could not stand to be associated with them and moved back home.
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