The Great Gatsby

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  • Tom vs. Society
  • Isn't our daughter so precious!
  • something is going on between Gatsby and Daisy. I know it!
  • My mommy and daddy are perfect together!
  • Gatsby vs. Man
  • Why did you kill my wife?! 
  • That is what you deserve for your crime!!!
  • Daisy vs. Self
  • Now we can have the ideal life together!
  • the fame, the money, the fortune!!!
  • Oh yay I'm married.
  • The picture above is a good example of Tom vs. Society because Tom projects this perfect lifestyle he has with his wife and child. This sort of lifestyle is the ideal lifestyle someone like Tom should have except there are many problems within his family and he tried to cover them to society because it was very frowned upon to get a divorce in the 1920s.
  • An example of man vs. man is when Wilson shot Gatsby. This represents this conflict because Wilson is mad at Gatsby because he thinks Gatsby killed his wife and he was the one she was having an affair with. Wilson loved his wife and without her there he was devastated and wanted revenge.  
  • The picture above represents the conflict of Daisy vs. Self because she does not truly love Tom but he offers her the social status she wants and that is something Gatsby does not offer. She loves Gatsby but because Daisy is so materialistic, she would rather have fame and fortune than being truly happy and in love.  
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