When Nick first met Gatsby he was standing outside his hous while observing Daisy's house and longing to be with her. At the end of chapter 7, Gatsby waits outside of Daisys home to make sure she is ok as nick leaves to retun home. How is this ironic? What does it say about Gatsbys dream of being with Daisy?
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Answered by jill d #170087
Gatsby feels as if he's never been closer to his dream....... this is ironic because in all reality he's never been further away.
The Great Gatsby