How Does Daisy Change Throughout The Great Gatsby

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In love, caring, and greedy, Gatsby gives up everything for someone who isn't worth his time but in his eyes she's perfect and everything he wants. Gatsby has made many plans to see Daisy and because of this people see him as a stalker but others see him in love.
Gatsby and Daisy met when Gatsby was in the war. Gatsby fell in love with Daisy as a soldier at a dance under a moonlit sky the night before he was being shipped overseas. We can hear his thoughts. He tells us that if he falls in love with this girl, he knows his life will be changed forever. He knew that his life would never be the same and his love for Daisy will never stop and ever since then they have been in love. But sadly Gatsby returns back to war and they don't speak again. …show more content…

At the end of Daisy’s dock is a green light, every night he stares across the bay into that green light. This may seem stalkerish to some people but in all reality to Gatsby the green light represents a goal. This goal is a representation of his hopes and dreams of being successful and being with Daisy. Gatsby soon figures out that he has moved next store to Daisy’s cousin Nick, and because of this Gatsby becomes good friends with Nick to become closer to Daisy. In the dictionary stalking is unwanted or an obsessive attention by an individual or group towards another person. Being in love means believing you need to be with someone in order to be happy or doing something for someone no matter what. In the novel I believe that the situation best falls into Gatsby's love for Daisy rather than him being a stalker. For example, Gatsby wants to be with Daisy and only thinks about her. His whole life revolves around her, whenever he does or gets something he wonders if Daisy would like it or if it would fit her needs. Without Daisy he is a wreck and is lonely. He can't be happy without her. Whenever Daisy needed Gatsby he was there for

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