What was Daisy holding onto while she soaked in the bathtub?

What was Daisy holding onto while she soaked in the bathtub?

Jordan Baker, her best friend, throws daisy in an ice cold bath to bring her back to reality. While in the bath Daisy holds on to the letter as if its her life, and when the bath is over the letter is so soggy and ruined and daisy acts as if nothing ever happened marrying tom.

Are Nick and Daisy cousins?

Daisy Buchanan Nick’s cousin, and the woman Gatsby loves. She fell in love with Gatsby and promised to wait for him. However, Daisy harbors a deep need to be loved, and when a wealthy, powerful young man named Tom Buchanan asked her to marry him, Daisy decided not to wait for Gatsby after all.

Why does Daisy go through with the wedding?

Why did Daisy marry Tom? Even though she was still in love with Gatsby, Daisy most likely married Tom because she knew he could provide her with more material comforts.

What did Daisy do on her wedding day and why?

According to Jordan, what did Daisy do on her wedding day? According to Jordan, Daisy had gotten drunk. The reason that being is because Gatsby had given her a letter, when he was in the war. This reveals that when she was in love with Tom(the engagement and the marriage), she was still in love with Gatsby.

Who did Daisy really love in The Great Gatsby?

Tom Buchanan

Why does Daisy cry the day before her wedding?

Why? According to Jordan, Daisy got drunk, cried and through her pearls away that Tom had given her and she almost called off the wedding. She did this because of a letter she recieved from Gatsby.Farvardin 9, 1394 AP

What did the American Dream look like in the 1950s?

In the 1950s, the American Dream was to have a perfect family, a secure job, and a perfect house in the suburbs.

What was the American dream in the 1920s Great Gatsby?

The American Dream is the hope that anyone can earn success if they work hard enough. Gatsby’s love for Daisy led him to achieve extravagant wealth. In the sense of rising up social rank and obtaining financial success, Gatsby achieved the American Dream.

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