Examples Of Daisy Buchanan In The Great Gatsby

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As someone well known for his riches and mysterious character, who hosts lavish parties every weekend, the particular reason for this is the possibility of seeing his past lover, Daisy Buchanan, to visit one of his gatherings. Ideally, a wealthy young man mainly acts arrogant, similar to Tom Buchanan's reason why he has an unhealthy relationship with Daisy. On the contrary, as a host, Gatsby gives an impression of a wise character as he "picks his words with care" toward his guests, specifically Nick Carraway. Despite that, there are rumors surrounding him. However, Nick notices that Gatsby is uninterested in this issue, and in addition, Gatsby's actions actively demonstrate that he is also indifferent to things that would not make him satisfied.

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