Examples Of Daisy Buchanan In The Great Gatsby

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We've all seen those couples at school at like the bottom of the staircase and we’re all like “Woah PDA!” but at least they are trying to hide it, and then there are those couples that we see and we didn't even know they were together. Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan are a good example of that “PDA couple”, they desire to be together and they are very affectionate about it, but they have to try to hide it. Nick Carraway and Jordan Baker on the other hand, are that couple that not everyone really knew they were even together.
On the outside, the affair that Gatsby and Daisy share, may seem like the “perfect” relationship. But for Gatsby, he fell in love with Daisy, but that's not all, he also fell in love with want Daisy represents, such as her wealth and status. And Daisy …show more content…

“Gatsby bought that house so that Daisy would be just across the bay” this shows just the extent Gatsby will go to just to be close to Daisy. In the first chapter, Gatsby’s name was brought up in a conversation, and Daisy all of a sudden perked up, it was like she has been waiting for someone to bring him up just so she can talk about him. But in chapter 5, when Gatsby and Daisy finally reunite, her memories of Gatsby are very cloudy and less abstract, than Gatsby's who's are so vivid. Unlike Gatsby, whose motivations are to win back Daisy, it’s hard to know what Daisy is thinking and how invested she is in the recent relationship, despite how openly emotional she is during their reunion. Maybe she’s just overcome with emotion due to reliving past feelings from when they first met. “He knew that when he kissed this girl, and forever wed his unutterable visions to her perishable breath...so he waited, listening for a moment longer to the tuning fork that had been

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