The Great Gatsby (relationships)
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|The Great Gatsby (relationships)
Relationships between men and women do not always work; something always goes wrong. F. Scott Fitzgerald illustrates this premise quite well in his development of the four major relationships influencing the plot of The Great Gatsby.
The first relationship introduced in the novel is Tom and Daisy Buchanan. Tom is a very powerful domineering man, very self-centered and self-absorbed. While Daisy is a charming, beautiful lady, with a thrilling voice, she is very self-centered as well. Tom and Daisy’s relationship is undergoing stress. When Daisy notices that her finger is hurt she says, “You did it, Tom… That’s what I get for marrying a brut of a man, a great big hulking physical specimen (Tom interrupts) “I hate that word hulking…even in kidding.” “Hulking,” insisted Daisy. (P 16) Daisy knows how to push all of Tom’s buttons and how hard to push them. Daisy tells Nick how cynical she is about everything, she shows her v...
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