Daisy’s reunion with Gatsby is painful at first. Gatsby trampled on Nick’s clock and stated his regret that the encounter was a mistake, but Nick returns to see them ecstatically joyful—Daisy sobbing with joy and Gatswab sparkling—after he leaves them alone for half an hour.
Nick arranges for Gatsby and Daisy to meet in Chapter 5. While the former coworkers are rather formal and stressful, this is something Nick is used to. It’s apparent that both of them are nervous and tense. After seeing Nick, Gatsby is overjoyed, but Daisy is overwhelmed with happiness at his arrival.
In chapter 5, Daisy and Gatsby’s meeting is one of the important events in the novel. Gatsby’s goals are finally realized for a short time, but his aspirations were never realistically possible.
It may be seen that their link has not been broken, and Daisy still has feelings for Gatsby. They act like a young love affair with both of them feeling uneasy and anxious. Nick decides he doesn’t need to be there any longer and leaves the room. As a result, the former lovers become more comfortable with each other.
Daisy still has feelings for Gatsby. It’s true because as Nick returns, her face is filled with tears of happiness. Similarly, it’s obvious that Gatsray is ecstatic. He feels certain about his success since his goal has been realized once again.
A reader can see that Gatsby’s long-held memory regarding Daisy has become warped. He sees her through rose-colored glasses and ignores her flaws. To put it another way,’ Gatsby had idealized the woman of his fantasy for years to the point where her reality had drifted away from hers.’
Nick, the narrator. “Like any other person,” he says, “I was perplexed by her sadness and her timidity…The beginning of their conversation is hesitant and tense. They are all strangely bashful, with Nick remarking that Gatsby acts like a small boy when he accidentally knocks over a clock.
Nick leaves the pair alone for a few minutes. When he returns, they appear to be genuinely ecstatic; as though they have just completed an embrace, with tears of joy on her cheeks.”