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Daisy Buchanan's Immoral Character from "The Great Gatsby "

Summary: About the immoral character of Daisy Buchanan from F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" and why she should be seen that way.

F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby many of the characters were vastly amoral; none of them could be exhibit correctness or goodness in their character or behavior. Daisy Buchanan is on truly amoral character. First she plays with Jay Gatsby's heart, then purposely uses Gatsby's car to kill Myrtle Wilson, and after running down Myrtle she returns home to conspire with Tom.

During the novel Daisy plays with Jay's heart by leading him on for her own entertainment. She causes Jay to have a nervous breakdown and this noticed by Nick when he sees, "Gatsby, pale as death, with his hands plunged like weights in his coat pockets was standing in a puddle of water glaring tragically into my eyes." In their meeting she makes him find Nick to help his nervousness.

Secondly, she purposely uses Jay's car to kill Myrtle...

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