Examples Of Daisy In The Great Gatsby

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The Great Gatsby is Jay Gatsby, the main character, had a dream to improve, at that point he was still called James Gatz. However, after meeting Daisy Buchanan his dream is eclipsed because he now needs money in order to win her over. Daisy cannot see herself without material items. Gatsby has to make up a lie in order to seem like he has old money rather than new money so that he can be up to standards for Daisy. He wants to be with her so badly that he will do anything in order to get her. Gatsby dies and Tom and Daisy just continue living because they still have their one true love: money Gatsby creates problems that Nick didn’t think of. Nick is going to invite Daisy over to his house so after 5 years Gatsby can meet his love of his life again. When Nick says that he is going to invite Daisy over they both did this “We both looked at the grass-there was a sharp line where my ragged lawn …show more content…

Gatsby on the other hand was barely ever seen at his own parties. Nick was invited directly from Gatsby to these parties and when he showed up he described the other guest there “Sometimes they came and went without having met Gatsby at all, came for the party with a simplicity of heart that was its own ticket of admission” Gatsby Let anyone come to the party that had money. The only people that came were people from East Egg. He did all of this for Daisy, but she never came and it only caused problems. The money he spends on the parties is a lot and he doesn’t get anything out of them. When she ended up coming to the parties she disliked them, because everyone showed zero class. Nick described this disgusted with this quote “She was appalled by West Egg, this unprecedented 'place' that Broadway had begotten upon a Long Island fishing village.” Daisy hated the parties that Gatsby spent a lot of money on, causing even more problems for Gatsby. He had to stop that parties, because she didn’t like

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