The Great Gatsby

Although Gatsby professed to love Daisy, there is a sense that he was not in love with her as much as he was in love with the ideal rather than the actual person?

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Note, Gatsby's love for Daisy was unchanging. She was a goal, a beautiful dream that he wanted to capture in real life. Gatsby wanted to pick up where they left off, as if no time had passed and nothing memorable had occurred in either of their lives. Daisy had changed over the years. She moved on, got married, and had a child. She has a beautiful home, social standing, and a family. Daisy is not going to give up her reputation or place in society to run away with Gatsby. She is not going to walk away from her child.


The Great Gatsby