The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby
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  • Gatsby vs. Self
  • Hi, I'm Gatsby. Do you think Daisy will love me now?
  • Gatsby vs. Tom Man vs. Man
  • Daisy, are you seriously letting this fool put words into your mouth. I know you loved me then and you love me now!
  • She loves me, not you! Isn't that right, Daisy?
  • Nick vs. Society
  • Gatsby deserved what he got!
  • Why are you acting like nothing happened? You are a cruel man who can get away with anything because of your money. You're just like everyone else in this world, but worse!
  • Why, hello there, Nick! It's been a while!
  • Gatsby wanted wealth and now that he has it, he’s still not completely satisfied. Gatsby is obsessed with trying to win over Daisy. She is his missing piece in his American Dream. Everything he does is for Daisy and he doesn't think twice of it. This reckless behavior cost him his life in the end.
  • Gatsby tries to convince Daisy that she never loved Tom and he was the only one for her. Daisy did love Tom at one point so she cannot admit this thing Gatsby has tried to ingrain into her head. Tom and Gatsby get into a feud, but Tom wins because Daisy chooses Tom because she wanted the easy way out as usual.
  • After running into Tom on the street two years after Gatsby's death, Nick realizes how cruel society truly is. The upper class has no respect for anyone, but themselves. People with money, such as Tom and Daisy, exemplify reckless disregard for others because they think their actions don't have any affect on others.
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