The Great Gatsby

THE GREAT GATSBY Does Gatsby's decision or actions satisfy him at the end of the novel?


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No they do not. Gatsby was in love with the idea of Daisy rather than Daisy herself. She clearly did not deserve the adoration she received from Gatsby. In the end Daisy runs off with Tom: she settles for old money and an abusive husband rather than Gatby's worship. In the end Gatsby is left in his pool before he is murdered.