What does tom think Gatsby does?
In The Great Gatsby, Tom and Gatsby do not like each other very much. Tom thinks that Gatsby is a womanizer and illegal bootlegger. Gatsby thinks Tom is an arrogant idiot.
That is your opinion but I don't think so since she is cheating on Tom with Gatsby. Tom is also cheating on her.
Gatsby thought that Daisy never loved Tom and he expected her to leave Tom so that the two of them could be together.
Gatsby really disapproves of their relationship. He wants Daisy all to himself
he is not as empty or careless as tom and daisy
Tom Dont Like Gatsby Because.... Gatsby is trying to take Daisy from him.
Both Tom and Gatsby are idealists. Jay Gatsby has created and ideal image of himself, daisy and their potential life together. Tom idealizes himself as a man of honor. Both Tom and Gatsby view Daisy as an object.
i think it is because he wants to show he has control of the situation. i probably read that on sparknotes...
She and Gatsby are giving each other secreetive looks that have obvious feeling behind them, and Tom notices. Later, Tom brings it up, and Daisy admits taht she is in love with gatsby once he (Gatsby) tells Tom that's she is.
I don't know who Gatsby is but Tom sings and plays bass for an awesome band.
Gatsby does not want Tom to drive his car because he does not like Tom and is in love with his wife. In the novel cars represent masculinity and Tom is trying to detract from Gatsby masculinity by driving his car.
During a heated conversation with Tom in New York. City, Tom accuses him of it and Gatsby says "so what?".
Gatsby bought side street drug stores, and sold grain alcohol over the counter. Tom tells Gatsby he knows about his little racket and it startled Gatsby.
he thinks Gatsby is a bootlegger
it was when they were downtown in ny and gatsby and tom were fighting over her
The major difference between Jay Gatsby and Tom Buchanan in The Great Gatsby is that Gatsby earned his money and Tom inherited his money. This makes them different because it causes Tom to see himself as an honorable man through his racism, brutish strength and money. Gatsby sees himself as honorable due to his rise from nothing to wealth.
Because Gatsby never had the amount of money that Tom has. Daisy did not want to wait around for Gatsby to get money because Tom was ready to marry her with all the money he can ever have.
It's ironic that Tom is angry at Daisy for loving Gatsby because Tom himself is having an affair.
What do you think Tom and daisy were saying to each other in the kitchen do you think that Tom kneww saisy was driving the death car?
That they wanted to have intemit sex with each other, but the only way they could was to get Gatsby to join them.
Daisy and Gatsby were in love in 1917. Even though Daisy still loved Gatsby, she married Tom. This revelation shocked Tom, who learned about it when the group, after traveling in two cars met for a discussion. Seeing the interaction between Daisy and Gatsby revealed the secret feelings.
Nick knows Tom and Daisy in the Great Gatsby because Nick is Daisy's cousin.
She professes her love for Gatsby and denounces her love for Tom. Later, she drives carelessly and flattens Myrtle to the pavement.
that she did not love Tom
Before the accident, it is the scene in the Plazza Hotel. After a brunch at the Buchanans's , Daisy, Gatsby, Tom, Nick and Jordan decide to go to NY forced by Tom who sees languorous looks between his wife and Gatsby. On their way, they decide to stop at the Plazza Hotel. They rent a suit and then happens the conflit between Gatsby and Tom. Gatsby tells him that he has an affair with Daisy… Read More
She was already with Tom but still loved Gatsby
Gatsby expected Daisy to just leave Tom and be with him forever.
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He saw Gatsby's car (driven by Daisy) hit Myrtle, and when he went to confront Tom about Myrtle's death, Tom tells him Gatsby ran over Myrtle.
What happens with the relationship between Daisy and Gatsby at the end of chapter 7 in The Great Gatsby?
At the end of chapter 7, She wants the escape the fact that Gatsby can provide to all her needs, but she recognizes that a permanent relationship with him would never work. She needs Tom, who is just as superficial and "careless" as she is. She also agrees and sides with Tom and Gatsby and Tom is having a "fight."
In the car, during an argument, Gatsby announces that Daisy never loved Tom, but has always loved him.
Daisy is kinda confused because Tom is very wealthy and he can keep her status the way she wants it to be. And at the same time she loves Gatsby and she knows that he has the new money not the old money. Therefore no matter what happens between her and Tom she will still go for Gatsby.
Gatsby doesn't want to come face to face with Tom, the man who 'stole' Daisy away from him. Considering at this point in the novel, Gatsby and Daisy have yet to meet again, so its a natural response.
Tom noticed that Gatsby and Daisy were flirting, and he wanted to get them apart by going into town, but it in all backfired on Tom.
Daisy cries over Gatsby's shirts because they make her regret choosing Tom over Gatsby. She understands now that Gatsby had become wealthy and this frustrates her. Throughout this entire novel she is torn between her love of Gatsby and her marriage to Tom.
Tom Buchanan is Daisy Buchanan husband in The Great Gatsby.
Tom was referred to as the polo player the whole night which pleased Gatsby.
It may not be modern, but I think "You give love a bad name" by Bon Jovi is a great one. Daisy ultimately chooses Tom over Gatsby, whom she "loved". It's a good choice.
Myrtle and Gatsby die in The Great Gatsby. Daisy mistakenly hits Myrtle in Gatsby's car and that is how she dies. Tom, Myrtle's husband, shoots Gatsby and that is how he dies as well.
Daisy is the woman that Gatsby loves. She is nicks cousin and is married to Tom. When she was younger her and Gatsby were in love but Gatsby was not wealthy. A man named Tom asked her to marry him and was very wealthy, though she promised Gatsby she would wait for him she could not pass up the possibilities of being married to a wealthy man and living a good life. Gatsby later comes… Read More
-Tom Buchanan cheated on Daisy Buchanan with Myrtle Wilson -Myrtle Wilson cheated on George Wilson with Tom Buchanan -Daisy Buchanan cheated on Tom Buchanan with Jay Gatsby
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.
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
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.
Tom refers to the liaison between his wife Daisy and Gatsby in terms of intermarriage because he realizes there are feelings between the 2 of them. Daisy met Gatsby before she and Tom were married and all those emotions were set off once again.
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.
Gatsby believes that it is a loveless relationship. He sees Daisy as having never loved Tom, except perhaps briefly when they first got married.
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.
Daisy feels secure with Tom - this is the reason she married him in the first place. Gatsby used to be a nobody and Daisy moved on to Tom because of his wealth, stability, and the approval of her parents. She is considering leaving Tom for Gatsby, but is unsure of their future together. Meanwhile, Myrtle Wilson is killed and Gatsby offers to take the blame for it in order to exonerate Daisy who ran… Read More