How Is Daisy Happy In The Great Gatsby

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Gatsby wasn’t happy or healthy until he was with Daisy, but he did use money to cover it up. Although he had everything he could ever need, he was missing one thing. That one thing was his long time crush, Daisy. "Her voice is full of money," said Gatsby about Daisy. Gatsby always had his eyes set on making the most money he could. Always worried more about his future then what was happening in the present. Gatsby may have seemed popular, but he didn’t have many real friendships. Hiding behind his good fortune and lavish life was just a sad, lonely man looking for love. He always tried to reach for his goals no matter what it was; and being with Daisy was his biggest goal he wanted to achieve. Throughout the story, Gatsby threw many parties as one of his strategy’s to cover up his sadness that he couldn’t be with Daisy. Gatsby would always invite Daisy to these parties in hope that she would actually come to one of them. He would even use money as a way to see if he could real Daisy in; but she wasn’t falling for such a childish trick. Gatsby even took Daisy into his luxurious closet; showing her all of his expensive clothes and possessions. Making it clear to her that she…show more content…
The further and further that Gatsby reached for the green light, the further it seemed to be getting away from him. His happy ending seemed to be disappearing and his hopes of being with Daisy faded. "Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us. It eluded us then, but that's no matter-tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out our arms further...and one fine morning-So we beat on, boats against the current, born back ceaselessly into the past"(Gatsby 189). It was hard for Gatsby to believe that him and Daisy were never going to be together. It seemed as though no matter how hard he tried or no matter what he had to offer, it just wasn't enough to win the girl of his
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