Death Of Daisy Buchanan In The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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In the end, Daisy Buchanan is most responsible for the death of Jay Gatsby due to her lies, indecisiveness, foolish mistakes, and her unfaithfulness. After Daisy kills Myrtle with the car, she does not tell anyone the truth about the incident. Instead, she allows Gatsby to take the blame for the accident. Daisy was not in the proper mindset to drive as she knew she wasn’t sober enough to safely drive the two of them home, but her frustration towards Tom and Gatsby overpowered her conscience. When Gatsby and Tom were disputing about Daisy’s love for them, she ends up expressing love for Gatsby and not for Tom, yet she stays with Tom in the end. “‘I never loved him…I did love him once—but I loved you too”’ (Fitzgerald 132). As a result of this

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