What does Gatsby want Daisy to tell Tom?
that she did not love Tom
In "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the titular character is deeply in love with Daisy and has returned only to find that she has married a brute of a man named Tom. Gatsby urges Daisy to tell Tom that she does not love him and that she never loved him, but ultimately she cannot go through with it.
Daisy Buchanan. Jay Gatsby takes the blame, because he loves Daisey. Tom Buchanan (who was having an affair with Myrtle) and does not want to lose Daisy tells Myrtle's husband that Gatsby killed his wife, so her husband shoots Gatsby and then kills himself. Daisy and Tom then go away and forget all about Gatsby.
Chapter 7 brings the conflict between Tom and Gatsby into the open, and their confrontation over Daisy brings to the surface troubling aspects of both characters.Complaining of her boredom, Daisy asks Gatsby if he wants to go into the city. Gatsby stares at her passionately, and Tom becomes certain of their feelings for each other.Itching for a confrontation, Tom seizes upon Daisy's suggestion that they should all go to New York together. Nick rides with…
Daisy is toms wife and she was in love with gatsby but she left him because he had no money and married Tom who did. Myrtle is married to George and is cheating on him with Tom daisys husband. Daisy hits myrtle in a car crash and kills myrtle. Tom thinks it was gatsby that was driving but it was daisy
Daisy does very little in The Great Gatsby. She is shown to be defined and manipulated by the men which surround her. Daisy is married to Tom, they are wealthy and represent old money within the book. Daisy has a child which is treated as a possession and used in the novel as a conversation starter. Daisy is torn between her husband, Tom, and Gatsby. Before her marriage, she was loved by Gatsby, whom she…
Though Daisy was in-love with Jay, she also loved Tom. She was torn between Jay Gatsby, who was a love-sick puppy, and Tom, who loved Daisy, but resented her attraction to Gatsby. In the end, Daisy stays with Tom seemingly out of fear, but really made the decision so as not to lose her wealth and social-status.
"I turned again to my new acquaintance, this is an unusual party for me, I haven't even seen the host, I live over there--….and this man Gatsby sen over his chauffeur with an invitation,"… "I'm Gatsby" (pg. 47-48) (Nick meets Gatsby) . "Were getting of f , I want you to meet my girl" (pg. 24) (Tom shows nick his other woman) . "he wants to know, if you'll invite daisy to your house…
Tom can see that Daisy Is cheating on him, after Gatsby comes with Nick to their house one hot summers day. He can see it in the way Daisy speaks to Gatsby and looks at him. In specific, when Daisy says you're always so cool" Tom realizes what is going on. He is officially told by Daisy however, later on in the city.
Gatsby is trying to get back what he had with Daisy. Before Tom, and before she had a child. Gatsby doesn't realize or want to realize that he has changed, and so has Daisy. Gatsby has many things and riches, but the one thing he wants more than anything else is Daisy and he cannot just buy her affections
Tom Buchanan and Jay Gatsby are characters in F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby. They are alike due to their wealth, wanting Daisy as their own and hostile feelings towards each other. They are different due to Tom being a strong athlete, shallow and careless in wanting Daisy as property, and Gatsby being passionate, kind, loyal and wanting Daisy to love her.