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This novel does not have clear villains and heroes because everyone is a mixture of some positive qualities and some very negative ones. Gatsby might be the closest thing the novel has to a "hero"; he is romantic and idealistic, and he doesn't have any really terrible personal qualities besides...Does Gatsby Really Love Daisy in the Great Gatsby?
In The Great Gatsby, Gatsby loves Daisy because he’s an idealist, one of life’s genuine romantics. He’s fallen in love, not so much with Daisy, but with an idealized version of her. He’s fallen in love, not so much with Daisy, but with an idealized version of her.Is Gatsby a tragic figure?
Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby is the tragic hero who portrays the corruption of the American dream through his tragic flaw. His devastating death at the end of the novel portrays the dangers of centering one’s life on money and other materialistic things and warns the reader not to follow his foolish steps.