The Great Gatsby And Daisy Relationship

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“The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, published in 1925 focused on the idea of the American dream. The book focuses on a man named Jay Gatsby, who fell for a woman named Daisy Buchanan. Gatsby and Daisy were deeply in love with each other, even though they have only met for about a month. Soon after, World War 1 had started and Gatsby had to serve in the military. While Gatsby is fighting in World War 1, Daisy was waiting for Gatsby’s return. Soon after, Daisy merry Tom Buchanan and never saw Gatsby for 5 years. Daisy and Gatsby were profoundly in love but, because of World War 1 it separated them from each other. If Gatsby never left for World War 1 Daisy would have stay with Gatsby and live together forever. Daisy loved Gatsby, but why did she marry Tom and did not wait for Gatsby? Daisy realized that she cannot waste her youth waiting for Gatsby. She did not know if Gatsby is alive or not, neither did she know when Gatsby will come back. Thus, marring Tom was a…show more content…
In order for Daisy to have a luxurious life she had to merry to a rich man. At the time when Gatsby and Daisy first met, Gatsby was nothing but a poor man. This made Daisy feel that Tom was a safer path for an extravagant life. Furthermore, Gatsby would not have been able to meet Dan Cody, thus the possibility of Gatsby being poor for the rest of his life. Daisy a self-center character said that “I hope she’ll be a fool-that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool.” towards her infant daughter. Her hopes for her daughter is to be a fool, but beautiful in order for her daughter to marry a rich man and have an easy life, but will not become aware of her men’s affairs or disrespect. Daisy’s path to have a luxurious was to merry rich and be a
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