How Does The Great Gatsby What Character Traits Are Present In A Person

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What character traits are present in a person to allow them to stay with someone, when they seem to love someone else? In this world, some people choose to stay with someone because they love them and find happiness with them, and others choose to stay with someone for money, power or attention. In the book The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald uses the perspective of Nick to show us through his eyes, the story of Gatsby. Through description and decisions, we are able to see why each character makes the decisions that they do based on the character description Fitzgerald has given in the book. The main characters in the story are Daisy, Tom, Gatsby, Nick, Myrtle and Jordan and the setting is in Long Island and New York City in the Early 1920s. Although Daisy is seen as a good character she only found love in the …show more content…

She doesn't fall in love with Gatsby wanting to stay with Tom because unlike Gatsby, Tom is of old money, which gives Daisy along with Tom a higher social class status.

A person who dates others purely to extract money from them are called gold diggers. I believe Daisy would be classified as a gold digger because, gold diggers have the traits of being manipulative, greedy, demanding, self centered and the feeling of being entitled to everything. Jay Gatsby is in love with Daisy, and dreams of only being with her.Daisy is married to Tom and although Fitzgerald implies many time throughout the book that Tom has cheated on Daisy, but she doesn't leave him because economically and socially, Tom is the status quo. In chapter 5, the scene in which Gatsby invites Daisy to his home, Daisy is fascinated by his home but she is also

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