And when the others told her to grow up, she turned her imaginary friends into characters, telling their stories. II. Characters a) Micah August Carter- He is a shy, coward, and music-lover best friend of Janie Vivian. He was also accused and interrogated because of an incident related to her (Janie). b) Janie Grace Vivian- She is a wild, imaginative, and party-goer best friend of Micah whom she loved more than anything.
It is implied that she may be heir to quite a bit of money but doesn’t have access to it (source). When introduced, we quickly realize that Jordan is nothing like Daisy but quite the opposite. She is quick witted and strong willed. She plays plays golf professionally and had even been rumored to have cheated to win a tournament. Although she begins a relationship with Nick, she never really seems to buy in completely.
Jordan and Nick’s conversation about carelessness is also important in establishing the moral values of the novel. Nick initially criticises her for being a rotten driver and this conversation develops into a discussion of careless people. Ironically, Jordan says she hates careless people, even though she is one herself. The definition shifts to include people who are careless in relationships, perhaps not caring or loving. In Chapter 9, Jordan complains that Nick too was careless, which led to her suffering from his ill-treatment in the relationship.
Before I begin I will discuss who are the main people in this book. Daisy Buchanan whom is the most important female in this book, she’s a very rich women. Second is Jay Gatsby whom you could consider the main character for the first part of this book, and lastly Nick Carraway, who in the end could be one of the only true friends Jay will ever have. As a part of this book I feel a few events leading up to the climax is when Daisy and Jay meet again after a long time of not seeing each other. Daisy and Jay use to date before Jay Gatsby went into war and did not return.
Jordan alludes to the idea more through background checks and surveillance could help. Besides that, Jordan offers no other suggests how the number of shootings could be lessened. She states that one problem in lack of communication, but she does not tell how this should be remedied. Jordan leaves the reader with a problem but no stance on the solution. To summarize Victoria Jordan has a valid argument about the need for change regarding the numerous mass shooting that take place in America each year, but her argument could have been much stronger if she did not rely on logical fallacy to prove her points.
He was a young boy born from poor farmer parents and through his hard work, was able to buy a grand home and car. His life exemplifies the American Dream (Fitzgerald). Persistent individuals are almost always rewarded. Persistence is a strong quality of successful individuals, and is a major factor in achieving goals. Persistent men and women often find success.
She is making these choices to get ahead of the other competitors and to reach the top however, just as Myrtle’s actions had consequences, so did Jordan’s. As she chose to deceit others, she forfeited having much of a friendship circle. The only people we know her to interact with on a somewhat regular basis are Nick, Gatsby, Daisy and Tom, however, her relationship with them even seems
Jordan is a very nice person, but annoying as slow Wifi. She has the mouth of a classy hood rat if that is even possible. She is a pain in the behind, but we still love her. As we make our way to the bench area, we realized it was pack with "space holders", also known as teenagers, but we managed to snatch a picnic bench that was under a huge tree and next to the most expensive restaurant called 'The Garden'. I heard their water was bottled in heaven due to the price of