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Tom vs. Gatsby
Daisy is my wife, and she is MINE! You are crazy! You don't even know Daisy!
Daisy has never loved you! She only loves me!!
Wilson vs. Self
Daisy vs. Myrtle
Tom and Gatsby have been having this groing feud about Daisy. Eventually, Gatsby owns up to loving Daisy, and claims that Daisy only married Tom because she was scared of Tom. Tom brings up that Gatsby doesn't even know Tom, and that Daisy married him because she loves Tom.
George Wilson didn't have much in life, except for his beautiful wife Myrtle. After Wilson finds out that his wife was cheating on him, Wilson works extremely hard to keep the only thing he has. Myrtle gets killed, and all the value in Wilson's life diminishes, and all he has left to do is kill Gatsby for his framed murder of Myrtle, and kill himself.
Daisy has known for a long time who Myrtle is- her husband's mistriss. So, when Myrtle runs up to who she thinks is Tom, Daisy loses control and hits daisy with Gatsby's car. Gatsby tries to stopDaisy, but Daisy kills her husband's mistriss.
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