FAQ About The Great Gatsby

Who is the antagonist of The Great Gatsby
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Who is the antagonist of "The Great Gatsby"?

The antagonist of "The Great Gatsby" is generally considered to be Tom Buchanan, the husband of Daisy Buchanan. Tom is arrogant, wealthy, and unfaithful, and he represents the corrupt and hypocritical values of the upper class. He is in direct conflict with Gatsby over Daisy's affections, and his actions ultimately lead to the tragic ending of the novel.