The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby
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  • Gatsby vs. Tom
  • "Your life is a disgrace! All of those over-the-top parties!"
  • "Daisy tell him that you never loved him!"
  • Nick vs. Society
  • Daisy didn't even care to call or send roses.
  • They just come and do damage and retreat back into their cushion of wealth
  • RIP Jay Gatsby
  • It will all be ok. I will get Daisy no matter what. She loves me not Tom.
  • Gatsby vs. Self
  • I must wait in case Daisy needs me. I will not let Tom hurt her.
  • When Jordan, Nick, Gatsby, Tom and Daisy go to the Plaza hotel on the hottest day of the summer Tom confronts Gatsby about his affair with Daisy. Tom continuously insults Gatsby, calling Gatsby out on his show-off lifestyle, background, and his false relationship with Daisy.
  • Nick has conflict with the the very wealthy, careless people of society. Throughout the novel he experiences the reckless behaviors of Tom and Daisy who are this way due to their extreme wealth. At the end Nick realizes that people who are very rich don't care what happens to others because no matter what they can just retreat back into their wealth.
  • Gatsby has an internal conflict with all of his dreams. Gatsby continuously strives to obtain his almost unachievable goal of highest status and Daisy. Gatsby sets unobtainable goals and relentlessly attempts to achieve them, all the way until death.
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