Daisy's Dream In The Great Gatsby

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The novel can be seen everywhere that Gatsby loves Daisy. However, he is really so obsessed with Daisy. He subconsciously thinks that he love Daisy. Before he obtained wealth, “Daisy” means “the glorious history” which the upper class did not accept hiself. This wonderful experience stimulate him to make money and try his best to enter into the upper class. Unconsciously, “Daisy” becomes huger and huger, up to become his spiritual prop. Even though Gatsby was becoming famous, he can only be used to continue making his dream. It can be said that in his fantasy, “Daisy” has been abstracted into his hope for all the better thing that he imagined. She is the fire, and she is the light. She is the meaning of his life. In fact, there is no doubt that the dream has gone early. Gatsby had loyal to final hope fire, so he was too busy to…show more content…
(1978) said that “As an upper-class, white woman living in East Egg during this time period in America, Daisy must adhere to certain societal expectations, including but certainly not limited to actively filling the role of dutiful wife, mother, keeper of the house, and charming socialite. As the reader finds in the novel, many of Daisy’s choices, ultimately culminating in the tragedy of the plot and misery for all those involved, can be at least partly attributed to her prescribed role as a ‘beautiful little fool’ who is completely reliant on her husband for financial and societal security. For instance, one could argue that Daisy’s ultimate decision to remain with her husband despite her feelings for Gatsby can be attributed to the status, security, and comfort that her marriage to Tom Buchanan provides. Additionally, the theme of the female familial role within The Great Gatsby goes hand in hand with that of the ideal family unit associated with the great American dream, a dream that goes unrealized for Gatsby and Daisy in Fitzgerald’s prose.” It was the inevitable result. And this attitude was created by the
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