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Similarities between Daisy and Judy in The Great Gatsby and Winter Dreams

Summary: In Winter Dreams and The Great Gatsby, heroines Daisy Buchanan and Judy Jones have many similarities. Beauty, wealth and shallowness are some traits they share. This essay compares and contracts the two characters.
In the stories, Winter Dreams and The Great Gatsby, the two women Daisy Buchanan and Judy Jones greatly resemble one another. They have very similar personalities with settle differences. The characteristics of the two women are what make them the antagonists that they are. The women took advantage of being Tom and Dexter's dream to have. Neither one of them really knew what love was or how to love. They both loved attention from men, and knew how to get it.

Judy Jones and Daisy Buchanan are beautiful, wealthy, and shallow young women who love nothing more than money. Because they know how beautiful & extremely popular they are, it boasts their egos to unbelievable heights. Both Judy and Daisy dress in flimsy cloths which is a symbol of their lack of character. They know that they can get...

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