Instead of investing in their marriage, they chose to actively destroy it by looking for fulfillment in other uncalled for relationships. Their true love for each other is doubted. When Tom finds out that Daisy and Gatsby are having an affair, Tom says to Gatsby, “...what 's more, I love Daisy too. Once in a while I go off on a spree and make a fool of myself, but I always come back, and in my heart I love her all the time” (“Great Gatsby” 19). Tom does not seem to view his “spree” as he views Daisy.
Although Nick’s morals are “inclined to reserve all judgements”, this displays his neutrality (Page 1). Nick believes in people’s free will, thus not interfering with their choice, leading them to be responsible for their mistakes. An example is when Tom introduces his mistress, Myrtle, to Nick. Nick is just a ride along, Tom feels comfortable confiding in him. Tom has the trust in Nick that he wouldn 't tell Daisy about her.
That is why Tom has a gruesome affair with his undeserved mistress, Myrtle Wilson. Even though Daisy knows Tom does not give her the respect she deserves, she stays with him because she will never have the drive or courage to divorce him. In addition, Daisy does not want to divorce Tom because this was an unspeakable act of the time era. Daisy Buchanan knew that people would murmur and whisper about the situation if something did come about, as in a divorce (Baker, C.). According to Charles Baker, “[Daisy] seems to be held in her marriage by sheer laziness, not love, as if remaining in a comfortable and familiar position, regardless of Tom’s brutish behavior and infidelities, is preferable to exerting the energy it would take to leave it” (Baker, C.).
"I did love him once – but I loved you too." Sure she loved Gatsby while she was with Tom but she wasn’t officially having an affair. Tom acted on the temptation by getting the apartment for him and Myrtle to be together but Daisy didn’t go that far with Gatsby. This happens nowadays just like in the story. It occurs when someone loves more than one person simultaneously but doesn’t act on it.
Staying together was easier than being alone. So when she found out about his death, and that it was not her fault, she could be free without taking any blame. According to Joseph Rosenblum, “nothing can compensate Louise for the freedom that she has lost by marrying. Her face “bespoke repression”; no matter how kind Brentley has been, he has still imposed his will upon his wife. Hence, Brentley’s death is not tragic to her, since it gives her own life back to her” (Rosenblum par 7) The story states that she had loved him some of the time, which I believe if not all the time, then love did not exist throughout most of their marriage.
Daisy knows that Tom is having an affair with a women being married to her which is Myrtle; yet she does not do anything about it. She is careless and does not mind of what Tom does. In Daisy’s mind money and materialism is her main priority; even if it includes not having love involve. Just as Donaldson mention he says once in a while he goes on a spree, he admits, but it doesn’t matter, for he always comes back. As for Tom and Myrtle, Tom lies to Myrtle that he can’t marry her because Daisy is a catholic and that Catholics do not believe of divorce in a marriage.
Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby was certain that Daisy loved him and would leave her husband, Tom, for him. Gatsby used his certainty as a protector and reassurance. However, when Daisy could not bring herself to tell Tom that she wanted to leave him for Gatsby; Gatsby was surprised and disappointed. He was visionless by certainty; his over-confidence and certainty caused him to self-destruct and lose his identity. He wasn’t prepared to deal with Daisy’s actions; he was certain that she would leave Tom.
Instead, Emilia lets Cassio know that Desdemona and Othello have discussed the matter, and that Othello explained why he had to demote him, that he has not lost his faith in him, "but protests he loves you and needs *no other suitor but his likings* to take the safest occasion by the front to bring you in again." Clear enough: Don't push it Cassio. Let nature take its course. But does he listen? Rather than rejoicing at this good news and going home to get some sleep he proceeds to enmesh himself in Iago's net.
Troy do not want his son Cory’s life to be like him, but yet he raised him to be an independent man like his was. Troy denys Cory’s chance to a football tryout because he believes that his son will experience his disappointment in the industry. Troy said to Rose, “I don’t want him to be like me!” (1046). One of the differences that complicate their relationship is that they have grown up in completely different time ... ... middle of paper ... ...ding to Rose, his wife she believe that family should respect regardless of how big of a mistake they make, when Troy cheat on Rose for example. She was upset but she doesn't want to leave him because she have a child to take care of.
He denies that it was him because he does not want to tarnish her memory of Christian. She recognizes Cyrano’s voice and declares how it was him she loved all this time. His fate, sorrowfully, is that they would have had the opportunity for a long lasting love if she had accepted his appearance and seen the poet underneath. His long nose stands