I think that the emotional affair between Gatsby and Daisy killed Gatsby. If he had let go of his feelings to Daisy he would have lived a better life. He would not have died in the end of the story. If Daisy would have ignored Gatsby instead of starting an emotional affair with him, he would have survived and so would have Myrtle. The confusions between the relationships killed Myrtle and Gatsby.
He also stayed in New York, to make sure that Tom would not hurt Daisy. Gatsby was dissatisfied with his life because he did not have Daisy’s love. His willingness to do anything for Daisy (by staying in New York and taking the blame for killing Myrtle) to help his chances of getting her ultimately resulted in him being killed by George
When Daisy leaves Gatsby for Tom he is devastated because Daisy was everything to him and he wanted to recreate what they had in the past. Due to the evidence provided above that is why even though Gatsby obtained the wealth that he wanted it was through unethical means it did not help with his biggest goal of winning Daisy’s love
At that time, Nick tried to call Daisy to come here, to say goodbye to Gatsby, but Daisy just ignore, and take a trip with Tom, we can see a fact in this scene. Daisy is so ruthless and selfish, when he stayed with Mr.Gatsby, she was fall in love with him, but after the accident, Daisy just try to forgot everything. And stay with Tom. This the reason why that Nick hate this everything from here. Also, as we know, Gatsby always held in a party in his huge houses, and so many people will get there, most of that are rich and famous people, and they are pretty enjoy it.
Gatsby was a good person at heart but in flesh all you saw were lies, Daisy saw that in him too. In the end Gatsby’s hope on winning Daisy back was so high that ever time the phone rang or every corner he turned he looked and waited for her but she was nowhere to be seen. During his last day, last hours of breath he spent the time waiting for Daisy to call him and tell him that she was ready to run away with him and live happily ever after, “ I have an idea that Gatsby himself didn’t believe it would come and perhaps he no longer cared (Fitzgerald 169).” but she never did call. In his last few hours at the chance to run away and save himself for the death that was awaiting him he spent the time at home, in his pool waiting for her to call. When he took his final breath he was shot by mistake.
“I did love him once-but I loved you too” (107). This emphasises that Daisy is lost and caught in the middle and she doesn’t know what to do. She ends up hurting Gatsby and almost pushes him to his death because she was the reason he got shot by George Wilson, it was Daisy who was driving the car that killed his wife not Gatsby but Tom and Daisy decided to let Gatsby take the fall. When he dies all his so called friends couldn’t be bothered as now Gatsby doesn’t serve a purpose and can no longer do anything for them. This shows that no one really cared about Gatsby whether he was dead or
Tom is to blame for Gatsby's death. Instead of telling Mr. Wilson the truth about how it was Daisy he blames it on Gatsby and he dies. After this Tom will never achieve his dream of his own personal greatness and he and Daisy are very similar in their dreams both popularity and money. Through "The Great Gatsby" two characters are murdered because of their delusional dreams and two should be in jail for those murders. It might not only cause the demise of the dream but also the inner self with each people teaching them to not go to far into dreams and to still look into what's going on in
With time he met Daisy again and her husband started to notice and was upset with it. Later in the story, Wilson’s wife was hit by a Gatsby’s car. While Daisy was the one driving, Gatsby said he was to protect her because he loved her. Wilson’s anger led to this situation, “It was after we started with Gatsby toward the house that the gardener saw Wilson’s body a little way off in the grass, and the holocaust was complete” (Fitzgerald 162). George Wilson killed Gatsby and then himself.
Next, After the reunion of Gatsby and Daisy things started to get more problematic. “When Daisy bows her head and sobs into the shirts, she is displaying her interest in materialism” (CliffsNotes). Gatsby thought that Daisy was crying because of her reunion with him; on the contrary, Daisy loves the materialistic equipments like Gatsby’s shirts and wealth. After Daisy finished of touring Gatsby’s house, Gatsby invites Daisy to his party; immediately Daisy was displeased of his party due to the fact that Daisy is used to classy chill parties, but not wild parties that happened in Gatsby 's house. As the story goes on Tom Buchanan becomes suspicious of the affair of Gatsby and Daisy.
Although Gatsby knows that she marries Tom, he still wants to be with her. He does not care about the consequences and he has secret affairs with her. Gatsby does not resist for Daisy to talk to Tom, therefore he persuades Daisy to tell Tom: “Daisy that is all over now. It doesn’t matter any more. Just tell the truth that you never loved him” (Fitzgerald, 84).