Examples Of Daisy In The Great Gatsby

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Daisy Buchanan is a key character in Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, The Great Gatsby. She is set up as this pure, beautiful, innocent, young woman, and is also known as the golden girl of “East Egg”. But Daisy represents much more than these few characteristics. She is to Gatsby as the American Dream is to society. The novel, the 1974 film, and the 2013 film each have different takes on Daisy’s character and how they portray her. Each example gives her a different image as the American Dream. In the novel, Daisy is Gatbsy’s dream. She starts out to be described as this wonderful woman who was practically known to have no flaws, which is how Nick makes her seem. As the reader begins to see Jay Gatsby’s overwhelming desire for Daisy, it becomes even
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