The love between them was parted due to lack of money on Gatsby’s part. Furthermore, from then on Gatsby longed to be with Daisy till he was killed, protecting her. Gatsby was so touched by Daisy to the degree that he would go as far as the moon to know she does love him. In Chapter 6 when Gatsby and Tom scuffled he wanted Daisy to tell Tom herself that she never loved him, but she wouldn’t, thus destroying Gatsby’s heart. Gatsby would tell himself that Daisy loved him, just to make his heart feel warm.
In the end, their destruction of character differed due to the fact that Gatsby’s wish to be with Daisy abolished his happy persona, whereas Lucas’ dream to keep his business strong extinguished his aura immorally because of his illegal ways. Gatsby was emotionally destroyed because of his greatest and final ambition was to win Daisy’s heart once again. As he went through the process of attaining her love and goal to marry her, he was put through events that destructed him emotionally. While Gatsby and Tom fight for Daisy’s love, she cries to Gatsby, “Oh, you want too much! … I love you now – isn’t that enough?
Twisted Love in The Great Gatsby In the story The Great Gatsby, many of the characters seemed to express what seemed like love. I tend to disagree with this. Daisy, Tom, Gatsby, and Mertle all express fake love to their significant others, but didn’t actually feel true love. Starting with Daisy, she married Tom because all that he had was money. She was so aristocratic that she wouldn’t marry Gatsby while they were in love after the war.
Little Love in The Great Gatsby One would think you would be able to find some sign of true love in the dazzling love story, The Great Gatsby, but that is not necessarily true in my opinion. In many instances you read about what you would think is love among some of the characters like between Tom and Myrtle for example. But with them and all the characters there are contradicting instances that say otherwise. With Tom and Myrtle, you assume he loves her because he is cheating on his wife to be with her. But he also treats her bad at times both verbally and physically, for instance, when he slaps her for mouthing off and talks to her as though she were inferior to him.
While Jay Gatsby was in World War I, he was in love with Daisy. They were a loving couple, but Daisy left him because he was away at war and was also very poor. Daisy decides to leave him and marry Tom Buchanan because she wants a man who is wealthy. Gatsby is so determined to get Daisy back in his life that he moves to West Egg, a town next to New York City, to be near her. One reason that Gatsby's dream is never accomplished is because his wealth takes over his integrity.
Wanting to be with her true love again, she sneaks visits with him without Tom knowing. Just like Myrtle had, Daisy torn into her own marriage. She loved both men, but as soon as it was found out, the men began fighting for her. “I glanced at Daisy who was staring terrified between Gatsby and her husband…” (Fitzgerald 143). This isn’t what Daisy wanted at all.
Thursday is near; lay hand on heart, advise: An you be mine. I’ll give you to my friend; An you be not, hand, beg, starve, die in the streets” (3.4 215-220). Second of all her parents and Romeo’s parents and family did not like each other at all, there was no way her parents would approve of her being married to Romeo. In the end her parents are a big part of her death because if they wouldn’t have wanted her and Paris marrying each other she could have just secretly been married to Romeo without them knowing, or pressuring her to marry another person. Romeo’s family the Montague’s , didn’t play a big part in the cause of both of them dying.
Tom and daisy Buchanan got married for all the wrong reasons. Daisy says, “Well, she was less than an hour old and Tom was God knows where” to Nick Caraway as they are catching up on things (Fitzgerald 16). This quote shows that Tom doesn’t really love and care about Daisy the way he should because if he did then he would be there for his daughter’s birth. Just as Tom didn’t care about Daisy, she is only attracted to him because of his money, and that shows when she is unfaithful to him. Eventually Daisy rekindles her relationship with her one true love Jay Gatsby.
This part of the story begins much of the drama that happens later on. Since the F... ... middle of paper ... ...oblems. Although his intentions were good at heart, they did not turn out as planned. Marrying Romeo and Juliet after Romeo declares his love for her in a short amount of time knowing one another, was not a good choice. This deepens their affections for each other, which causes Romeo to kill Tybalt on second impulse.
Viola was caught up in another true love scenario, only this time she was on the receiving end, and things didn't work out so smoothly. During her attempts to court Olivia for Orsino, Olivia grew to love Cesario. Viola was now caught in a terrible situation and there was only one way out, but that would jeopardize her chances with Orsino. It's amazing that Olivia could fall for a woman dressed as a man, but because Viola knew what women like to hear, her words won Olivia's heart. The next case of true love is on a less intimate and romantic scale, and more family oriented.