Tell Him You Never Loved Him Great Gatsby. A writer and wall street trader, nick, finds himself drawn to the past and lifestyle of his millionaire neighbor, jay gatsby. Gatsby and daisy admit that they've been having an affair, gatsby demands that daisy tell tom that she has never loved him.
Why,—there're things between daisy and me that you'll never know, things that neither of us can ever. This is not only a lie she tells the others but a lie she tells to herself. She reluctantly replies, “i never loved him.” (page 126).
HERE WE ARE! An interview with Leonardo DiCaprio.
You also know, as a reader, that daisy obviously is human and fallible and can never realistically live up to gatsby's inflated images of her and what she represents to him. Nick, gatsby, daisy, jordan, and tom end up in a suite at the plaza hotel where everything comes tumbling into the open. So in these last pages, before gatsby's death as we learn the rest of gatsby's story, we sense that his obsessive longing for daisy was as much about his longing for. I did love him once—but i loved you too. gatsby's eyes opened and closed.