The Great Gatsby
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Gatsby vs Tom
Your wife doesn't love you! She never did.
You must be crazy! Daisy loves me and she always has.
Nick vs Society
I can't believe that all of these people I call my friends have terrible morals and corrupt lifestyles! I thought their lives were perfect
Gatsby vs Self
I finally have Daisy's love and everything I have ever wanted! It is different than I dreamed, and it does not feel as fulfilling as I thought.
Tom and Gatsby are in conflict because they are in competition for Daisy. Tom wants Daisy Because she is the perfect golden girl who will uphold his status. Gatsby has always loved Daisy and will finally complete his journey to living the American dream and the perfect life.
Nick is disillusioned by the way the rich live their lives and their moral values. He thinks that their lives are so amazing because of all of the money they have, but truly they live very corrupt lives full of deceit and scandal. These people put up facades to protect how terrible they actually are.
Ever since Gatsby lost Daisy, he has had this dream of reuniting with her. He has finally attained wealth, and he still needs to build a name for himself, and for that to happen he needs Daisy. When he finally meets with Daisy again and wins her over, he realizes that it is not how he dreamed it to be.
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