How Does Daisy Buchanan Relate To The Great Gatsby

731 Words3 Pages

Knowing what is was like during the thriving times of the 1920’s is truly inspirational. A movie known as The Great Gatsby written by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a way to go back in time and see how people lived during the roaring twenties. We need to better understand that parties and riches separated west egg and east egg from one another. West egg being known as “new money” and east egg being known as “old money.” Through the empty lives of three characters from this novel- George Wilson, Jay Gatsby, and Daisy Buchanan- Fitzgerald shows that chasing hollow dreams leads only to misery.
Full of life, inspiring, and young a man named Jay Gatsby is not only the main character, but the story is told mainly about his life. Gatsby has lived a life of regret to say the least. A lady known as Daisy Buchanan, which you will read about later on, was the love of his life. But Gatsby couldn't be with her during his time of war, although when the war ended, Gatsby had told Daisy that he was unlikely to return. He had hoped to one time “repeat the past,“ and get back with Daisy. When returning home after five years of misery for the both of them Gatsby had written Daisy a letter saying he had returned. But the twist to it, it was the day Daisy was to marry Tom Buchanan. Gatsby had to face troubling and …show more content…

Daisy too is in love with Jay Gatsby who had almost ruined her life while receiving the letter the day of her wedding. Daisy wanted to cancel the wedding day and spend the rest of her life with Jay, but her mother thought other wise. Daisy went on to marry Tom and spent five years with him before finally spending time with Jay while drinking tea at Nick Carraway's household. Daisy had told Jay that she wishes she “had done everything on earth with

Open Document