Daisy did not wait for Gatsby to come back from the war to get married because she was impatient. She took the first opportunity that made sense to get married. Daisy did not really love Tom, but her vanity and desire to be a social climber made her forget about Gatsby’s existence. Conclusion Restate your thesis
Daisy’s dream was to live a very happy, loving life. All she ever hoped for was happiness. When she realized she married the wrong man it changed who she was as a person and when you can’t be who you really are, there is no way of being happy. Daisy found out about a secret Tom was hiding and that is when she really realized this was a wrong marriage and there was zero way of her finding happiness. Jordan states, “She might have the decency not to telephone him at dinner time.
This explains that it was not a lover but more like a selfish deal because she did not want her uncle to die if she rejects Troilus and not become his lover. She could have rejected him but instead from this fear, it moves her to th... ... middle of paper ... ... for example Troilus. Troilus chose a wrong girl to love since he did not mean anything to her at least she could have done something else except for breaking his heart. In the end the narrator briefly recounts Troilus's death in battle and his ascent to the eighth sphere, draws a moral about the transience of earthly joys. In distinction Criseyde loses what she once considered most important, her name and reputation, but she adapts herself practically to whatever circumstances befall her.
Gatsby would tell himself that Daisy loved him, just to make his heart feel warm. Gatsby speaks to Tom, “She never loved you, do you hear? She only married you because I was poor and she was tired of waiting for me. It was a terrible mistake, but in her heart she never loved any one except me!” (Fitzgerald, 130). Gatsby was treated in a manner that love was uncharted, blocked by money and lust of others.
She says, “The onl... ... middle of paper ... ...ike his true self, the one she had fallen in love with before everything, things would have worked out in the end. In the end of the book, no one gets what they want. Daisy stays with Tom in the end because of his wealth and because the real Gatsby she fell in love with is no longer there- he is simply a poser now. Myrtle had no hope of marrying Gatsby because he did not love her and only used her for sex. She couldn’t appreciate what was real, like the love of George.
Twisted Love in The Great Gatsby In the story The Great Gatsby, many of the characters seemed to express what seemed like love. I tend to disagree with this. Daisy, Tom, Gatsby, and Mertle all express fake love to their significant others, but didn’t actually feel true love. Starting with Daisy, she married Tom because all that he had was money. She was so aristocratic that she wouldn’t marry Gatsby while they were in love after the war.
Jay Gatsby is in love with Daisy for five years. However, the war makes him go to fight, leaving Daisy behind. When he is leaving her, he promises to himself that he will come back to Daisy as an opulent man and win her heart. It is easily assumed that Jay never stops to think about her during the war, college, or at any other point in his life. Even five years later, when Daisy is already married, Jay reveals his obsession with her: "Look at this," said Gatsby quickly.
Once everyone knew about Abigail and Proctor she ended up running away from her guilt, which is never good. Her motivation of hiding from her guilt caused her to run away from her problems. Running away from problems is not a display of justice, but simply injustice for everyone it
Miranda could have avoided it by breaking up with Dev the moment he told her that he was married. Instead, she followed him like a lost puppy not knowing that the partnership was just a way for Dev to have some fun. Even when she heard about the cheating of her friend’s cousin she refuse to take the chance and be a better person and break up with Dev. It not only her fault, but Dev as well since he led her on into falling in love with him. She could of try to get to know him and asked him questions.
Nora's main reason for leaving Torvald is that she wanted to find herself and she realized she no longer loved Torvald anymore. Her loved changed for him when he didn't take the blame for her that night when he read the letter. Torvald wasn't willing to forgive her for her action of love for that it wasn't meant to be. Nora and Torvald's marriage was over from the beginning because of the way Torvald was so worried about reputations. It took Nora a while to realize that her marriage was not perfect and was not based all upon love.