Much like Gatsby, during the young adult stage of his life, he was a quite poor man who had to create his own prosperity for himself. Amid these destitute years in both men 's’ lives, they fought in World War I and fell in love. For Fitzgerald, the lovely lady’s name was Zelda Sayre. She became his wife, his muse, and his inspiration for Daisy. Drawing from his personal story of meeting and charming Zelda, Fitzgerald formed Gatsby’s and Daisy’s story to match.
When Gatsby finds out Nick is cousins with Daisy he jumps at the opportunity he has been waiting his whole life for and makes Nick invite her over to his house so Gatsby can rekindle their relationship. While in Nick’s house Daisy says, “‘We haven’t met for many years,’ said Daisy, her voice as matter-of-fact as it could ever be. ‘Five years next November.’ The automatic quality of Gatsby’s answer set us all back at least another minute.” (pg.87). The contrast between the two characters of Gatsby and Daisy when they first see eachother again highlights the differences between them. Five years after they first fall in love Daisy has moved on in life; she married Tom, had a daughter, and has moved from place to place attempting to fix their relationship.
Due to this, characters unable to perceive the actions of The Awakening protagonist remain in a state of confusion as well as provide major disapproval. From these recurring reactions, the reader is able to infer the values of other men and woman in the novel. For example, because Edna is a woman, unfortunately she seen as a possession and surrounded by traditional woman who assume the role of a housewife, caretaker, cleaner as well as devoted to their husbands. After Edna’s “awakening” at Grand Isle, she looks down on the surrounding culture to take upon herself the path to independence by cutting off her family and responsibilities. Edna’s actions increasingly grow bolder as well as the surrounding citizens actions in response to her awakening.
First I will start with daisy she was not happy being with Tom because she wanted to be with gatsby she even told Gatsby “I wish we could just run away”[Fitzgerald]. She wanted to run away and be with Gatsby and only him she didnt want to have
Due to his indecisiveness and lack of a cemented identity, The Namesake’s Gogol takes on Moushumi 's more clearly defined way of life, ultimately resulting in Gogol being left lonely and hopeless following the divorce. Building itself heavily on the concepts of giving Gogol a sense of identity and a shared need for security, their marriage lacks a mutual input of care and connection. Time after time in his romantic life, from Ruth to Maxine, Gogol has stolen everything about their culture to grant him a sense of meaning. Jhumpa Lahiri shows the very one sided nature of the marriage by providing proof that Moushumi and Gogol focus on filling one another’s emptiness, rather than creating a true connection. Unlike both of their previous relationships, this one stems from an arranged date by Gogol’s mother Ashima.
This must have devastated Fitzgerald, as Gatsby’s life ended because of Daisy. I think that Fitzgerald further cements the idea that Zelda did not love him by not having Daisy attend Gatsby’s funeral. Gatsby is Fitzgerald, a man who is stuck with a woman who doesn’t love him and who “ended his life.” Nick, on the other hand, is the man Fitzgerald wanted to be. Nick is free to love who he wants, he isn’t stuck on somebody who won’t let him move forward in life. Nick has a fling with a man, something that Fitzgerald might have wanted for some time.
Although Gatsby knows that Daisy is married to Tom Buchanan, he hosts dazzling parties and even “[buys] the [mansion] so that Daisy would be just across the bay” (Fitzgerald, 78). If Gatsby is to truly love Daisy, instead of destroying her marriage, he would have let her go. However, because of his extreme devotion towards Daisy, he dreams of a utopia where their feelings for each other is mutual. Thus, he demands her to say that she has never loved Tom to affirm that she loves him only, but Daisy does fall in love with Tom at some point in her marriage, in between the five years of Gatsby’s absence. Nonetheless, Gatsby does not give up.
Myrtle’s behavior around money is first displayed in the apartment Tom rented with Nick, Catherine, and the McKees, as she complains to the groups about her husband George’s financial and social shortcomings: “‘Well, I married him,’ said Myrtle, ambiguously. ‘And that 's the difference between your case and mine.’ ‘Why did you, Myrtle?’ demanded Catherine. ‘Nobody forced you to.’ Myrtle considered. ‘I married him because I thought he was a gentleman,’ she said finally. ‘I thought he knew something about breeding, but he wasn 't fit to lick my shoe.’… ‘He borrowed somebody 's best suit to get married in, and never even told me about it, and the man came after it one day when he was out.
In the coming year, another birth resulted in another yucky brother, and she shed more than a few tears. With time, Bonnie got use to her two brothers, even to love them, but they were very different from girls. She was seven years old when her mother told her that she was pregnant once again. Bonnie showed no excitement at the news because she believed that it was just going to be another clunky brother. Imagine her joy when her mother arrived home and placed her baby sister, Laura May, in her lap.
This Quranic procedure has been laid down with a rationale to establish that marital coverture cannot be terminated in a state of sudden provocation, rage or whims. But these days it has become whimsical and capricious. The male counter parts from Muslim community are using Triple Talaq to get rid of marriage, without providing any protection and maintenance to their wives and children. Even though they know that their wife and children are solely dependent upon them as a result they became miserable. Most of the time the burden of break up in marriage lies on women which badly hurts her dignity and when she wants to remarry other person, the flaws of her previous marriage do not let her live a dignified life.