The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

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  • Daisy vs. Self
  • Daisy loves me. 
  • Who should I pick, my husband or Gatsby?
  • Daisy, do you love me?
  • James Gatz vs. Self
  • I cannot keep living like this. I need to turnkey life around. Maybe if I change my name nobody will knew my true background and I can become rich.
  • Gatsby vs.Society
  • I have a lot of money and everything you want. 
  • Ok. I will wait for you to get back from the war, then we can get married.
  • While Daisy is sitting on the couch, Gatsby brings up that Daisy never loved Tom. Tom denies the fact that Daisy could have loved Gatsby, but then Gatsby said she loves me. Tom then asked Daisy if she really loved Gatsby. Daisy was overwhelmed and dint. know how to respond because she was married to Tom, but having an affair with Gatsby.
  • When Gatsby was a young boy he had grown up in a poor family. He left his family farm and became a fisherman and a clam digger, until he could find a way to become rich. Gatz had dreamed of living the rich life ever since he was a little kid. He was very conflicted with how he was going to change his life and he changed it by starting over and creating a new name and a new life. 
  • Gatsby is in conflict with society because he is in love with Daisy. Daisy comes from a family with a good background and a good name. Gatsby came from a background of unsuccessful farmers. At the time, it was against society for Daisy to marry someone like Gatsby who was poor and did not have a rich family name. Gatsby and Daisy wanted to get married, but Gatsby went to fight in the war and when he came back Daisy had married Tom because he was rich and had the name to back it up. Daisy could have waited to marry Gatsby, but society would not have approved.
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