The Great Gatsby

great gatsby chapter 8

Why doesn’t Gatsby feel guilty for wooing Daisy under false pretenses?

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Gatsby's vision of Daisy as well as the world he has created is largely an illusion to begin with. Gatsby is trying to re-create the past by building his wealth through false pretenses. Wooing Daisy is just an extension of this.