Daisy Is The Most Admirable Person In The Great Gatsby

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In F Scott Fitzgerald’s, The Great Gatsby The most despicable person in the book would be Daisy Buchanan. While the most admirable person would be Nick Carraway. Reasons being why Daisy is the most despicable, she hit someone with a car and left her. It's hard to say who's the most admirable person but id have to say Nick. Reasons being for both is Nick is the one always helping everyone and holding their secrets and somehow keeping his sanity, while Daisy is mostly using Gatsby and she murdered Myrtle. Characters can be either admirable or despicable in the Great Gatsby, and these characteristics are seen mostly in Daisy and Nick. Daisy is basically what her name is pure on the outside and impure on the inside.…show more content…
Nick is the guy that has to hold everyone's secrets, for ex: “ I first met Tom Buchanan's mistress....The fact that he had one was insisted upon wherever he was known. His acquaintances resented the fact that he turned up in popular restaurant with her and, leaving her at a table, sauntered about chatting with whomsoever he knew.” Nick wasn't great but was the best guy in the book to be admirable. Nick has Gatsby, Tom, Myrtle, Daisy, Death of Gatsby, Daisy was the one that ran over Myrtle, Tom cheating on Daisy, yet and all these secrets, without telling anyone and keeps his sanity, somehow he keeps his sanity. With all these secrets and everything that’s going on, while he keeps his sanity, that’s why he’s the most admirable. The final reasons these 2 are most admirable and despicable is they are also to me the most unique in my book. For reason like how Nick can keep his sanity and Daisy can fake everyone the way she did. Daisy is a horrible person but a great character to put in the book. Nick is a good character but the only good guy in the book. In the end both of them are great
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