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A Hypothetical Dream Sequence in "The Great Gatsby"

Summary: The author's idea of a dream sequence involving F. Scott Fitzgerald's characters Daisy Buchanan and Jay Gatsby in "The Great Gatsby." The dream illustrates that Daisy is fickle and superficial.
So relaxing, the sun is warm the water is cool and sparkling. Floating, oh the freedom of floating. Golden fish supporting arms and legs. Aaahh, this fish pours a delicious glass of wine. Rippling water, oh, there is a lovely, masculine man. It is Gatsby and he is being towed by a large, multicoloured fish. My golden fish pours another glass of wine and holds it out to him. He floats over and we sip wine together. The heat rises in my cheeks, they are pink and warm. He floats closer and floating is effortless. Gatsby suggests a snack and a large manta ray appears with exquisite hors d'oeurves, fresh fruit and truffles. He moves closer and makes a small splash. The water is wavy and now my golden fish have hidden. Floating requires too much effort. He makes another splash and...

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