The Great Gatsby

In chapter 8

what would you say is the principal reason for Daisy's appeal to gatsby

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Daisy is an image or illusion that has been built up in Gatsby's head as his life's purpose. Not being able to have her makes him want her even more. Daisy is his lost love that must be reclaimed. To Gatby, she is perfection. Gatsby, however, lives much of his life believing in the illusion of the American Dream.