Their distancing during the development of the novel shows that they truly do not love each other for their qualities as people but the quality of their pockets and their name. Same can be said about Gatsby’s obsessive nature and his attraction to Daisy. The lopsided affair shows that Gatsby’s one true connection to Daisy was the ambition for a better wealthier life. As he values Daisy’s wealth and her ambition for a wealthier lifestyle. Gatsby places Daisy on a pedestal and very clearly is chasing a past that has moved on.
Money and position are too important to Daisy, and she is not willing to risk that to be with Gatsby. Daisy’s need for wealth is emphasized through saying that, “she vanished into her rich house, into her rich, full life, leaving Gatsby nothing” (Fitzgerald 82). In the past and present, all Daisy cares about is money. However, she is now sad that she did not stay with Gatsby all those years ago because he can now give her what she always wanted, money and social status. Daisy realizes that by waiting and disregarding her dream, it is now unobtainable.
"It makes me sad because I've never seen such – such beautiful shirts before." (5.118-119)” The evidence shows that Daisy is immorally attracted to wealth although she knows that she is married. It is also proven when Gatsby said, "Her voice is full of money (7.99)." Fitzgerald uses Daisy Buchanan to demonstrate the opposite of morality which is Immorality. Another immoral character in the novel is Tom Buchanan or known to be Daisy’s husband.
The story takes place in East Egg and West Egg. The East Egg is known for “old money” and the West Egg is primarily known for “new money” which just means that in the East egg, many folks inherited their money from a family member and citizens of West Egg earned their wealth on their own. Daisy Buchanan plays an important role in The Great Gatsby by showing how much more important her love life is to her than her morals.
It is safe to say that the both of them were made mad by lovesickness, based on the way they acted. Crying about and lamenting their fates, sobbing helplessly. After the nurse and Friar Lawrence arranged a meeting the both of them reach a somewhat clearer state of mind, getting better to the point that they can both continue their love-talk. Romeo eventually has to leave, as dawn breaks and Juliet’s mother comes looking for her. At this point, Juliet still hasn’t told her mother that she loves Romeo, leave alone that she actually married him already.
She is physically coated in the laborious, middle class life she lives. Alongside this is the fact that Daisy leaves and crushes Gatsby’s hope. He did everything in his power to make her stay, but even the riches he wished to impress her with weren 't enough. She let Gatsby believe that she might leave Tom for him. Gatsby waits for
In contrast, Lydia Bennet is young, immature and blinded by the idea of being admired. Elizabeth Bennet, on the other hand, refuses to marry for money, and only considers a marriage with mutual compatibility. Consequently, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice focuses on women and their distinct outlooks regarding marriage throughout this era. Charlotte Lucas is a character that gives the most accurate representation of why women marry during this time period. She is a grown, educated woman who lacks beauty and economic stability.
The lie slowly tears Othello apart and causes him to ruin his marriage. Yet, Desdemona stays true to her love for Othello through this hardship. In Othello by Shakespeare, Desdemona is characterized as the ideal woman, but she sacrifices her perfect reputation for her love for Othello. At the beginning of Othello, Desdemona risks her image to marry Othello without her father’s permission; she is driven by her endless love for Othello. When Desdemona marries Othello, she neglects to ask for her father’s permission for the courtship and wedding.
At this stage Daisy longing for pure love and fall in love with Gatsby. And Daisy had said “There’s the kind of man you’d like to take home and introduce to your mother and sister” (F.Scott Fitzgerald”The Great Gatsby”) Though Gatsby was a poor officer and can’t deserve Daisy’s family it’s not difficult to find that Daisy wasn’t playing Gatsby’s love but pursuit the true love sincerely. When Daisy fall in love with