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The Great Gatsby In The Great Gatsby, the main character, Jay Gatsby, dedicates his life towards becoming a man based on materialistic objects and money to get together with the larger than life Daisy Buchanan years after their departure from each other. Gatsby throws away his hard working morals and turns to bootlegging during prohibition for “easy money” to get to the social standard for Daisy. All was going well until daisy accidentally killed Tom Buchanan’s mistress, Myrtle. Myrtles husband is led to believe Gatsby killed her. In response to this, myrtles husband kills Gatsby and then himself, ending any possible future relations between Daisy and Gatsby.
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In the end Tom and Daisy find out that they are cheating on each other. They blame everything on Gatsby and end up leaving town to get away from all the troubles they produced. One of the main love affairs would be Daisy Buchanan and Jay Gatsby. Daisy and Gatsby had been lovers before Daisy even met Tom. Daisy loved Gatsby and then he was sent off to war.