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Love is as much of an object as an obsession everybody wants it everybody seeks it but few ever achieve it Judalet True love is hard to find and hard to keep many spend their lives in search of that one person who makes their life worth living In The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald Jay Gatsby is obsessively in love with Daisy and never wanes in his attempts to attain her Jay Gatsby has always wanted to be rich his main motivation in acquiring his fortune is his love for Daisy Buchanan whom he met as a young military officer in Louisville Jay Gatsby is simply a love obsessed romantic not a stalker he idolizes Daisy Buchanan in hopes of a reciprocated love and Gatsby does not want to dominate Daisy so he passionately spends his life trying to gain her instead of possessing her Jay Gatsby admires Daisy Buchanan as an idealistic person whom he loves and expects love in return The first thought of wrongs being righted is proven by Gatsbys belief that Daisys marriage and love for Tom Buchanan is spurious Gatsby believes beyond any shadow of doubt that he loves Daisy in the truest possible way and he wants his relationship with Daisy to be exactly the same as it was before he left Louisville When there is a flashback to the times he spent with Daisy Nick says His heart beat faster and faster as Daisys white face came up to his own He knew that when he kissed this girl and forever wed his unutterable visions to her perishable breath his mind would never romp again like the mind of God Then he kissed her At his lips touch she blossomed for him like a flower and the incarnation was complete Fitzgerald 117 This shows how Gatsby perceives Daisy as a perfect girl who makes his life complete Gatsby makes Daisy the single focus of his future
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