Fitzgerald in the novel, uses careless individuals who would destroy everything and everyone and yet still manage to retreat back to their money. Daisy Buchanan, the ‘golden girl’ is rather dishonest and deceitful throughout the novel. As she starts having her affair with Gatsby, she creates unrealistic expectations in Gatsby head about their future together. As Gatsby is having drinks at the Buchanan’s, Tom leaves the room and Daisy kisses Gatsby and declares, ‘I don’t care!’ At this point, the audience realizes that Daisy is and always was in love with Gatsby and that she was prepared to leave Tom. However, in chapter 7, during the confrontation, Daisy quickly rethinks her decisions and states, ‘I did love him once – but I loved you too’.
In F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, the obsession with wealth and love ruined the American dream/ the Characters lives. “Myrtle has her affair with Tom due to the privileged world it grants her access”(Wulick). One of the main examples of wealth destroying a character 's life is Myrtle 's story. Myrtle is the wife of a lowly mechanic in the valley of ashes. Myrtle is taken away by the enormity of Tom Buchanan 's wealth and is instantly attracted to him.
Ellen simply asks Catherine “But there are several other handsome, rich young men in the world; handsomer, possibly, and richer than he is-what should hinder you from loving them” (Bronte 111)? Nelly is only amusing herself by teasing Catherines mind, knowing she already persuaded her to stay with Edgar, while still holding regret in. To apply support, her mysterious actions lead critics to say “Nelly appears to put on a bold show” (LeGard 3). Bronte influences readers to see a mysterious side of Nelly, leading one to question if her obscure motions are meant to make others suffer adding on to the overall theme of
At in the first place, Gatsby abuses her want for a protected social position so as to win her love, and through it, her cash. In spite of the fact that poverty stricken, he utilizes a fanciful fortune to persuade her that he is "a man from much an indistinguishable strata from herself" (156). Trusting they are socially equivalent, Daisy never again has any misgivings about drawing near to Gatsby, who soon begins to look all starry eyed at her. After finding Gatsby 's façade, Daisy quickly "vanishes… into her rich full life" (157), staying "protected and pleased over… poor people" (156). Her recusal into the extravagances of high society reflects both her dread of dejection and scorn for the penurious.
Will is a wealthy bachelor who lives the luxurious life by himself and sleeps with lots of women because he does not want commitment. In the beginning, it mentions that Will had slept with a woman he did not know very well. This illustrates that Will is an attractive male and a playboy. In addition, Will approached Angie at the coffee shop only because he thought she was the attractive woman he saw at the music store, and he hopes to get a date with her. In Will’s relationship with Angie, he did not mind that she has children because she looked like Julie Christie and that “after his first night with Angie, beat the sort of sex he was used to hands down” (23).
Slemmons is a wealthy, new man in town that everybody is in awe of; Joe especially, and eventually that leads to hardship in the marriage between him and Missie May. She sleeps with Slemmons because he promises gold, but what ultimately leads her to be unfaithful? Is it that she wants it - thinking only of herself? Or, is she thinking that she
the way I know this is because in both, they talk about the girl not wanting to be with the guy. In "Breakeven" it says, "Her best days were some of my worst she finally met a man that 's gonna put her first". This line says that the days she was happy he wasn 't. I think that means that the days she was happy, she was with somebody else. So whenever she was with somebody else he wasn 't because he was still in love with her.
Sara goes through up and downs on college with the students teasing her and not being able to fit in at all among the rich students. But then she wins an award for going through all of these up and downs and she goes back into that bubble of happiness. Sara realizes that she is okay being alone and happy rather than with someone and hating her life. Unlike her sister Sara realizes just how wrong her father and the old world are. Although Sara loves being independent she also wants to find love of her
STRENGTH I think the strength here is even if Lea broke up and she was blind there is a guy come to her life to complete her. And that is Tonyo, the guy who was never give up to being her friend and, soon her boyfriend because they fall in love to each other. They form a beautiful friendship that leads to an unexpected kind of love. And they spend the rest of their time together with a fullness of joy. B.WEAKNESSES I think the weaknesses of this movie when Lea discovered that her Japanese boyfriend named Novo, has been cheating on her.
She has managed his house so beautifully that most of the women in her locality, feel jealous. Many young boys have their lustful eyes set on her but she saves her somehow from everyone. But God has some other plan for her. When she does not bear children for Narain, he leaves her at the instigation of her sister and marries to Bhagwanti another woman who ultimatelty bears her a baby boy. On giving birth to a son, which is believed to be a boon in this male dominated society, she is accepted as true wife of Narain.