Is Daisy in love with Gatsby?

Although Daisy seems to have found love in her reunion with Gatsby, closer examination reveals that is not at all the case. Although she loves the attention, she has considerations other than love on her mind. For Daisy (and Gatsby too, for that matter) the shirts represent wealth and means.

Accordingly, how old is Tom and Daisy's daughter?

When readers met Pamela Buchanan in the pages of “The Great Gatsby,” she was about 2 years old. As “Daisy Buchanan's Daughter” opens, she is in her 80s, waiting for a birthday call from President George W. Bush, during which she intends to blow her brains out to protest the Iraq war.

What did Gatsby do to be with Daisy?

In The Great Gatsby, everything Gatsby does is done in an attempt to get Daisy back. He works to become wealthy so that he can be what she wants. His association with Wolfsheim and his bootlegging are attempts to get rich so he can win Daisy back. His wealth is a means to an end.

Why has Tom not left Daisy to marry Myrtle?

While gossiping with Nick about Gatsby, Catherine tells Nick about Tom's relationship with Myrtle. She tells Nick that Tom actually wants to leave his wife, but that he cannot because of her religion. According to Catherine she is Catholic. “She's a Catholic, and they don't believe in divorce.”

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