The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby

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  • Gatsby vs. Tom
  • Daisy never loved you! These past five years, she's always loved me. I used to laugh to think you didn't know.
  • That's not true! For as long as I've known her, she has always loved me and she still loves me now.
  • Gatsby vs. Society
  • Gatsby is such a wannabe East Egger... even his pink suit is classless.
  • I'd love to! Let me go get ready.
  • Err... Gatsby, you should join us for dinner.
  • We should leave without him. He doesn't belong with us.
  • Nick vs. Self
  • Should I tell her? Daisy deserves to know the truth. It goes aginst my truthful dispostion and good morals to keep this from her.
  • Gatsby reveals he and Daisy's secret affair to Tom. He claims although they were not physically together all those years, Daisy only loved him and not Tom. Thus causing argument and conflict between Tom and Gatsby.
  • Even with all of Gatsby's wealth, he still does not have the status. Those from the East Egg do not except or consider him as one of their own. Gatsby does not realize that they do not want him to come, he is too busy trying to be one of them.
  • Nick knows about Daisy's husband's affair with another one women named Mrytle. He has witnessed it first hand and has gained the a truth of it. Since he and Daisy are cousins he can't decide if he wants to tell her or not.
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