The Great Gatsby Essay | Unconditional Love in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Unconditional Love in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Summary: This is an essay that attempts to define love using Jay Gatsby as an example. It also outlines the theme of human relationships in the novel.
"Love is not love which alters when it alteration finds."(Shakespeare, Sonnet 116) The word love has various interpretations and exists in many contexts. Shakespeare's definition is an unchanging feeling that can not be impeded by any occurrence. Jay Gatsby displays this emotional attachment to Daisy Buchanan throughout the novel. His determination becomes more evident when his past is revealed. He sought Daisy's love in every way that he was capable of. In the end, his dogmatic pursuit of love was the source of his own demise. Jay Gatsby's feeling toward Daisy truly defines love.

Love for another person is established from the time they meet and exists until the time of their death. Gatsby met Daisy much earlier than the initial time period that the novel begins. He met her before he had obtained his wealth and fame. Gatsby was...

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