Daisy choose not to go with gatsby for variceal reasons, but sometimes you have to realize that everyone don 't get their happy ever after fairy tale. She has to think a bit about her daughter and the big change for her new life.They both had an obstacle in front of them stopping them from their happiness his name is Tom Buchanan. Money can also be a big impact on those that want a fancy lifestyle ,some they just want the money so they live like a unhappy married couple or a family with many problems.The only thing gatsby want was daisy to himself but according to daisy “he asks for too much”. Overthinking everything that Daisy and Gatsby went through when they were young was just a one time thing to me. For them they felt like they were meant to be together forever,but they just had mixed emotions about How they really felt about one another.
The feelings she has are not ones that she shares with her husband, leaving him clueless to her discontent. If Ann were to have communicated these feelings and wishes to John earlier in their marriage, then it might not have been too far-gone to mend. This is just one of the many factors that contributes to the downfall of their marriage. The potential relationship between Daisy and Gatsby never worked out as a result of miscommunication. Gatsby tries to win over Daisy with all of his new found wealth, but what he does not understand is that she is attracted to Tom because of his old money.
Her overall point is that she wants to be free and actually get satisfaction from activities other than painting, she felt constricted with Leonce. Thus, leading for her relief by ending her life at Grand Isle. In conclusion Edna doesn’t want that role of being a mother. She wants the intimate love that Robert gave her without the weight of Leonce and the kids on her mind. The Awakening is really about how people won’t love a person who they never did love and that marriage and kids will not change that.
He insists that Daisy tell Tom she never loved him. He feels that if she does this her relationship to Tom will be "wiped out forever"(Fitzgerald 132) and they will be able to return to what they once had, but the events do not unfold this way. She does tell Tom that she never loved him, but it isn't true and when she says it it doesn't have the effect that Gatsby was convinced it would. Her relationship with Tom
Yet, when he learned of their relationship, he showed no fear because she was not going to leave him, especially not for someone who would have “to steal the ring he put on her finger”(106). Tom saw marriage as an economic exchange where people are bought with wealth. However, Tom’s materialistic urges could never understand that the love of people cannot be bought like possessions. Tom was never satisfied because he looked at relationships through the eyes of wealth, making Daisy a possession, rather than an
Tom, Nick and Gatsby. Their interactions mirror Fitzgerald’s feelings for his beloved wife and the trials and tribulations they dealt with through their complicated relationship. Daisy is fickle, shallow and bored with her life; she hides behind her wealth when her life becomes complicated instead of making life-changing decisions. Daisy and her husband Tom take their inherited wealth for granted they obtain all they desire and treat people with disrespect and maintain an elitist class. Daisy marriage to Tom provides her with security.
Janie does not love Logan, but believes that with time she will fal in love with him. From Logan, Janie learns that marriage and love cannot be planned or arranged. This is different from what her grandmother believes. She discovers that it takes work, effort, and a lot of attention to maintain a happy and healthy marriage. Janie ran away from Logan to marry her second husband, Joe.
In “ The great Gatsby” Gatsby does love Daisy , but he doesn’t love her as much as the thought of her in his dream. Gatsby isn’t happy by Daisy 's loving him "now." Gatsbys’ dream shows that she has been missing him for the past several years and that she has been waiting for him. Gatsby won’t accept that daisy married Tom because she loved him. For Gatsby’s dream to be true Daisy would not love tom and would have been waiting for Gatsby.
￼Suimay Lee Ms. Meister AP English 3/31/16 Edna Awakens from Freedom The title of Kate Chopin 's book "The Awakening"concludes on Edna 's character as a whole on how life awakens her. As a feminist role, Edna who is viewed as not being able to do anything, is married to a rich man, and is under circumstances meaning that her lack of power and weaknesses leads to her suicide at the end of the novel. The title of the book "The Awakening"ties in with Edna who acknowledges that she can willingly do anything to overcome herself from a feminist view realizing her independence can get in the way of her view of the world, the love sacrifices she faces, and the difficulties she faces trying to find herself. Edna is no longer the girl you know.
One reason Daisy didn't wait for Gatsby is because her mom persuaded to wait. Her mother had said that once she married Gatsby, that her life of luxury and leisure would be over. That scared Daisy a little bit, almost rushing her feelings into someone else. When Gatsby found this out he did everything he could, even illegal things, to attain the wealth he has during the events of the novel. Once he had this, he started buying things that she'd probably like when they'd get together.
Marriage for Fitzgerald was a challenging goal to obtain, as is Gatsby’s goal to wed Daisy. “Unwilling to wait while Fitzgerald succeeded in the advertisement business and unwilling to live on his small salary, Zelda Sayre broke their engagement.” ("F.Scott Fitzgerald Centenary."). Just like Daisy, Zelda refused to marry Fitzgerald without the proper finance. Although, Gatsby’s earnings were not legal, he still has to work just as hard as Fitzgerald for the love of his life. Having a party every