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In F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, The Great Gatsby, he portrays many ways in which it is proven that love cannot be bought by money, no matter what the circumstances are. Gatsby thought that because he had money, that Daisy would come back to him. Tom thought that he could buy Daisy's love by money. Tom also bought Myrtle's love through money.
Before Gatsby had left for the army, Daisy and him were involved in a relationship. Unfortunately, Daisy refused to stay longer in their relationship due to the fact that Gatsby wasn't rich enough for her. When Gatsby came back, he made it a goal for himself to get back his lost love, Daisy. Gatsby believed that Daisy would eventually return to him because of his wealth. Gatsby did many things to impress and bring back Daisy to him. To help him retrieve Daisy, Gatsby holds huge parties to attract her attention towards him. He buys a very big house with maids and servants around the house. He does all these things to get Daisy back into his life. Even though Daisy did come around to Gatsby and realized his fame and wealth, she realized something. She pondered on the fact that she loved him. Daisy did not feel true love. Her love for Gatsby was fake and materialistic. The only reason she felt that way was because he now had the money to be with her. However, Gatsby didn't really show true love for Daisy. If Gatsby really loved Daisy, he would know that true love is allowing the person you love to be happy, even if that means with somebody else. Gatsby knew that Daisy was married to Tom, and by knowing that he should be happy for her. He shouldn't try to break apart their marriage, even though Tom was cheating on her, too. Gatsby should have realized that no money in this world could ever buy true love from anyone's heart. Gatsby thought that he bought was true love. Unfortunately, it was not true love; it was more of fake and materialistic lo