The Great Gatsby Essay | The Inequity of the Relationship between Gatsby and Daisy

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The Inequity of the Relationship between Gatsby and Daisy

Summary: In F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby," his life turned tragic in his pursuit of Daisy because his dreams of romantic love were not share by her.
Love is the thriving emotion that can either result in utmost fulfillment or be the cause of a tragic downfall. Often, one's desire to be loved by another cannot be attainable because of the reality that their relationship is not balanced. Once a bond shared between two people becomes unequal, one individual is bound to suffer the loss of his or her love. As persuasive as one may try to be, it is especially difficult to interfere with another's genuine feelings. Jay Gatsby was a man that sacrificed his morals and values in hopes of regaining the love he once shared with Daisy Buchanan. His persistent drive to reunite himself with Daisy led to pain and disaster. In Fitzgerald's novel, The Great Gatsby, Gatsby's devoted dream to be with Daisy would never be accepted since his sentimental love for her exceeded...

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