Essays on the great depression ben bernanke pdf

"Only Gatsby, the man who gives his name to this book, was exempt from my reaction. Gatsby...represented everything for which I have an unaffected scorn." - F. Scott Fitzgerald, Author of The Great Gatsby

Incompatible with corrupt people, Nick Carraway finds Jay Gatsby is an exception. Gatsby is considered "great" because of his fine personality which is paradoxical to the dying society. Unaffected by any negative influence around him, Gatsby reserves his caring, persistent, resolute and generous characters. Unlike Tom who is indifferent to Daisy, Gatsby cares about Daisy dearly. Tom fails to successfully perform his responsibility as a husband. He cheats on Daisy by having an affair with Myrtle. Moreover, Tom does not accompany with Daisy when she gives birth to their daughter. Tom's misdeeds make Daisy miserable. "You see I think everything's terrible anyhow" (Fitzgerald, 17). Helpless with Tom's apathy towards her, Daisy seems pessimistic about her marriage life. On the contrary, Gatsby values every opinion of Daisy. "She didn't like it; she didn't have a good time" (Fitzgerald, 109). Gatsby is so familiar with Daisy's mood that he can perceive every subtle hint of her emotion. Furthermore, Gatsby regards Daisy's happiness as his happiness. "He revalued everything in his house according to the measure of response it drew from her well-loved eyes" (Fitzgerald, 91). Gatsby not only cares about Daisy, but also empathizes with her feelings. Gatsby is capable of loving Daisy, whereas Tom does not show affection to her.
Gatsby loves Daisy devotedly despite Daisy's disloyal love for him. After knowing that Gatsby is a bootlegger, Daisy sways her love for Gatsby. "Please, Tom! I can't stand this any more" (Fitzgerald, 133). Daisy is uncertain of her feelings for Tom; however, she inclines to trust Tom more than Gatsby. Gatsby's identity as a bootlegger completely banished Daisy's affection for him. Apparently, Daisy loves Tom's p...

Essays on the great depression ben bernanke pdf

essays on the great depression ben bernanke pdf

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