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In the book The Great Gatsby there are many events that lead up to JayGatsbys death Although George Wilson killed Gatsby Daisy isultimately responsible for his death Gatsbys relationship with Daisythroughout his lifetime lead conclusively to his deathGatsbys illusion for Daisy made him believe he could get her whenDaisy didnt love him back First Gatsby relied on the fact that heloved Daisy and she loved him as well For example Daisy says Oh youwant too much she cried to Gatsby I love you now isnt thatenough I cant help whats past I did love him once but I lovedyou too 132 Daisy doesnt want to have to choose between them andshe did not really love Gatsby anymore because he asked too much of theperson she was Gatsby still thought he could get Daisy back because shenever told him she didnt want to be with him She just left and nevertalked to him again Gatsby had this dream of Daisy in which he believesloves him So in reality he wanted that to be true when Daisy just leadhim to think she did love him but then crushes his dream and didnt careabout him Even when he dies He was blinded by the dream and thevision he had of this beautiful woman who he loved and said wasperfect That vision transferred into reality and he did everything inhis power to make sure he got her back He tried to relive the past andit was better trying for his dream because when he thought he had herhis dream abruptly ended putting out the flame that had been burningfor yearsGatsby believed he could still have Daisy even though she had moved onand didnt want him anymore First Gatsby only wanted to believe thathis dream would come true and that Daisy still loved him Gatsby waitedoutside her house all night and hoped that she still loved him butreally she had moved back to Tom I waited
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