How Does Daisy Corrupt Gatsby

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Characters can be used as symbols to highlight an idea. Daisy is one such character. Fitzgerald uses of Daisy to zero in on the moral corruption of the characters. Daisy she is described as "a silver idols weighing down their own white dresses against the singing breeze of the fans"(115). White is a colour normally associated with purity and innocence. After reading some of the text, we realize that Daisy is far from pure and innocent. She is a morally corrupt character who gives Gatsby a chance to trust that she will leave Tom for him, yet in the end chooses Tom 's money over Gatsby’s love.
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