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Daisy, how have you really been?
Gatsby, I've been great....
But Daisy, I can see it written all over your face. you aren't fine.
I have no idea as to what you mean.... My life has been great.
Has your husband been treating you well? I couldn't help but look at the relief you have when he is gone.
He's--- These curtains are a lovely shade.
Daisy, the curtains aren't lovely. You are, and I can't stand to see you distraught with-- Tom.
You don't understand, he's all I have. Since you left, I haven't been the same. I wish it was you who I wake up next to.
I'm here for you Daisy, and I always will be here for you. The green light still shines at night.
I believe that Gatsby and Daisy both have this conversation while Nick is gone because Gatsby seems like the type of guy to address her problems that she has, since she is always wanting to move onto another topic of conversation. I chose this topic of conversation because it is one of the biggest conflicts in the book since Tom doesn't treat her well, and Daisy also had a second guess before she married Tom.
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