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However, he just surprised me on our First Wedding Anniversary with a timeshare holiday to Marriott’s Newport Coast Villas. I was mesmerized, but soon the thought of mortgage payments capsized my happiness. Philip said, “A luxurious vacation does not mean that it’s out of reach.”The timeshare Philip bought in Coast Villas is budget-friendly and not going to compromise with my desire of enjoying an exotic honeymoon. Well, after spending thousands on our wedding, thinking of a timeshare was like “buying Cartier Jewelry with $1 in hand. “ However, Philip knows I am a perfectionist, so he tried to make everything perfect and buying a Mariott Timeshare was “cherry on the icing.
Realizing that only with money can he regain Daisy's affection, for years he runs dishonorable businesses to become rich in hope that one day his wealth will bring her back. This hope of happiness through money is believed in by countless Americans today, no matter what the problem, people believe that wealth and material possessions can make things right. Along with Gatsby's life being a symbol on its own, his discovery that once he had Daisy in his arms the enchantment that surrounded her disappeared parallels the belief that Americans have, that wealth brings happiness.
True love in the novel can be seen when Jay Gatsby spends most of his lifetime waiting for Daisy where in fact he can have a lots of women as he is still young. Even though he comes from poor family but because of his determination in loving Daisy has led him to reach American dream. One of the events in the novel where he confesses to Tom that “She [Daisy] only married you because I was poor and she was tired of waiting for me” shows that even he knows the fact that rich girl will never marry a poor man but he does not feel offended about it (139). Despite, he puts all his efforts in order to be in the same social class like Daisy because his unco... ... middle of paper ... ...led by Wilson. In my opinion, true love or unconditional is a love that does not take races, religions and social class into account.
She could speak a dozen phrases in a dozen different languages so her value in international matters would increase. Besides her language skill, she took classes in the sciences, literature, and music at night school, but she never stayed on for more than a few weeks at a time. She dressed conservatively, as a candidate for office would: stately, and filled with dignity and confidence. Coworkers sometimes pointed out her elegance in taste and lifestyle: she was often seen with dozens of politicians at orchestra concerts, and she loved to play golf with the richest businessmen. If I remember correctly, she said she loses at golf on purpose so her business opponents will feel accomplished.