"Gatsby bought that house so that Daisy would be just across the bay." The impression of a stalker was conveyed of Gatsby, he was craving to possess Daisy even though their relationship was long past gone since she was already a married woman. However, Gatsby puts countless effort to accomplish his dream of reuniting with Daisy. The fortune he gained was established in order for Daisy to acknowledge him. Gatsby would always organize flashy parties, letting random strangers in and hoping one day Daisy would “wander” into his “over the top affairs” parties.
He uses money to upgrade himself to be in Daisy’s social class. He buys a mansion, fancy car, hosts parties not only to attract her but to make himself happy. The mansion, the car and other assets are aimed at making him happy and earning respect from others. He does favours: invites Nick to Coney Island, cut his lawn when he had a secret invitation to meet Daisy at Nick’s house among others. From this, we see that Gatsby has no regards for money and will go through all means to achieve his happiness or love for Daisy.
Jordan says to Nick “He wants to know, continued Jordan, if you’ll invite Daisy to your house some afternoon and then let him come over” (F. Scott Fitzgerald 78) Jay Gatsby wants to reunite with Daisy because he wants to rekindle their past and fall in love with her again. Jay is so in love with Daisy that he uses Nick’s house to see her once again. Jay sends Daisy a letter shortly
"But Nick is clearly swept up by the idea that Gatsby 's passion for Daisy is driven by overwhelming love out of love or obsessiveness, Gatsby kept a scrapbook of memorabilia about Daisy. Money is a huge motivator in the characters’ relationships. Daisy marries and stays with Tom because of the lifestyle he can
In the novel “The Great Gatsby,” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the illusion of happiness is a theme most apparent in the novel as it shows how far one will go the achieve their goals. The most evident way was through Gatsby, a rich and popular man who was known by all through the extravagant parties he threw. Throughout the novel, Gatsby was seen chasing Daisy, an elegant, materialistic, and married woman whom he had a romance with numerous years ago. Years after their fling, Gatsby was still very much in love with Daisy because she symbolized everything he had ever wanted and what he had always believed would make him happy. Gatsby believed that by alluring Daisy with money and his apparently luxurious and rich lifestyle she adored, he could have caused her to leave her husband and be with him.
The novel can be seen everywhere that Gatsby loves Daisy. However, he is really so obsessed with Daisy. He subconsciously thinks that he love Daisy. Before he obtained wealth, “Daisy” means “the glorious history” which the upper class did not accept hiself. This wonderful experience stimulate him to make money and try his best to enter into the upper class.
The Great Gatsby is a novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald where the narrator tells a story of a man, Jay Gatsby, trying to win back an old flame, Daisy Buchanan, by becoming rich and trying to fit in her social class. Tom and Daisy are two main characters in the story that have a complicated relationship where no one understands why they are still together when they show that they do not want to be together through their actions. Understanding Tom and Daisy’s relationship involve looking at their origins and how they were when they first met, the reasons why they are still with each other, and the way mentality and society was for them during the 1920s. Understanding Tom and Daisy’s relationship goes back to their origins of who they are.
The age long plot of the damsel in distress, only to be rescued by her knight in shining armor. Romance can be found throughout American history as well. Romance, or love can be what some choose to say is what makes the world go around. It can be found in everyday lives, when a husband surprises his wife with flowers,
Hope is presented through the form of imagery and symbolism throughout the text which is quickly introduced at the end of Chapter 1 where Nick Carraway catches Jay Gatsby staring out towards East Egg, just were Daisy and tom lived, “I could have sworn he was trembling. Involuntary I glanced seaward - and distinguished nothing except a single green light, minute and far away, that might have been the end of a dock”. (pg. 25). The Green Light in the novel represents Gatsby’s dreams and aspirations in hope of his future, in fact, it is Daisy, in which it is so close yet so far to achieve.