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The Great Gatsby

Summary: In The Great Gatsby, Daisy uses money to show arrogance and perfection, but Gatsby uses money to win nothing more than Daisy's heart. Above all, what Gatsby lacks to understand is that Daisy is no more willing to sacrifice her belief than her life to make Gatsby's dream successful. In The Great Gatsby, by Fitzgerald, Gatsby has a hard time socializing with Daisy due to her strange personality, which shatters Gatsby's dream.
The Great Gatsby

Money, treasure, prestige, and beauty are all providential factors to have

within someone. It is the same money that Gatsby makes that Daisy has already

cherished, but it is all about how they use it. In The Great Gatsby, Daisy uses

money to show arrogance and perfection, but Gatsby uses money to win nothing

more than Daisy's heart. Above all, what Gatsby lacks to understand is that

Daisy is no more willing to sacrifice her belief than her life to make Gatsby's

dream successful. In The Great Gatsby, by Fitzgerald, Gatsby has a hard time

socializing with Daisy due to her strange personality, which shatters Gatsby's

dream. Daisy wants everything to be her way and has never kept any memories of

the past. Gatsby's arrival gives a stir in Daisy's life.

Daisy Buchanan, is an unconcerned, wealthy, shallow, sloppy and gorgeous

lady also referred...

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