Although, he is not in love with the Daisy’s personality, he is infatuated by her looks. One could say that he is in love with the illusion of daisy. The idea of her still being the same girl he left behind before going to war is the idea he obsesses over. He does not realize that he can not just pick up where he left off. When he returned to his beloved Daisy, she had broken her promise and married a wealthy man as well as had a child.
Tom is married to Daisy but Gatsby wants to steel her back. Through the book Gatsby try’s to impress daisy . One way that Gatsby and Tom are different is that Gatsby is weird and mysterious and Tom is more normal and snobby. In the book during Gatsby’s party’s he would just stay by himself and watch the party’s. Another
Once he grants Psyche her desire to see her sisters, they plant evil thoughts and her head and raise certain questions, which make Psyche skeptical. She begins to question her love and lets others opinion get the best of her. I don’t understand why she just couldn’t continue living the life she loved along with the man she loved. Subsequently, to the aforementioned I am able to include Propp’s trickery function into the story. Psyche was not only tricked by Venus, the villain, but also by her sisters.
As Jenijoy La Belle writes, “A friend swiped a loofah from the bathroom of a man whom she was keen—though he was barely aware of her existence” (2). This is vapid because it is obviously based on nothing if he doesn't even notice her, so it can't be meaningful that is not the way someone pictures love to be. La Belle also shows how infatuation isn't true feelings with, “But remember that these dizzy feelings are transitory and illusory” (3). There she shows how with all her experience that she can plainly claim that infatuation is temporary and unreal. She even describes these feelings as being dizzy which they can be, what a person feels during infatuation is very confusing and overwhelming.
When the story went back and told how her and her husband met and came to marry it told an awful lot about who Edna was. They were not totally in love and the author stated, “The violent opposition of her father and sister Margaret to Edna marrying a Catholic” (Chopin. 1899) played a part in them getting married. Edna enjoyed the love Leonce showered upon her, but married out of spite in a sense. Edna was described as a “woman not given to confidences.” (Chopin, 1899) This was not an uncommon emotion nor were many of the other feelings she expressed all over the book.
Gwendolen wants to marry a man called Ernest, not caring whether he possesses the qualities that comprise earnestness. This is evident as Gwendolen quickly forgives Jack’s deception and Lady Bracknell quickly forgets her earlier disapproval of Jack’s suitability for Gwendolen. Jack, the central character, is initially neither ‘Ernest’ nor ‘earnest’. Through forces at times beyond his control, he becomes both: a symbol of Victorian hypocrisy. Both Jack and Algernon lead a double life, known as ‘Bunburying’, the practice of creating an elaborate deception so as to misbehave whilst maintaining expected social standards of duty and responsibility, essentially, pretending to be earnest.
Each claim to love her, but it seems more of a competition. This competition for her attention leads to a fight. In the end Daisy stays with Tom and Gatsby is killed by jealously. Tom and Gatsby’s upbringing majorly effects how each one reacts and behaves. Their love of money and power majorly impacts their personalities.
Her father says she has committed “Treason of the blood” (1, 1, 167). Desdemona is a character who seems to just go along with everything but we never take in how strong she actually is. When Othello is angered at her for thinking she has betrayed him by sleeping with Cassio, he slaps her. Desdemona only replies saying “I have not deserved this.” (4, 1, 235). She then says “I will not stay to offend you.”
Tom likes Daisy not for true love but because she’s makes a good trophy wife. Tom cheats on daisy with Myrtle and he doesn’t care about anyone’s feelings, he doesn’t strive for daisy’s love as he knows that his wealth will keep her. Tom’s money and the lifestyle it offers are what attracts daisy and she is nothing but an object to Tom. Whereas Gatsby longs for Daisy’s love and will do anything to achieve it, this is proved when Daisy kills Myrtle with his car Gatsby loves her so much that he takes the blame for her. Gatsby is a nostalgic person as he says to daisy ‘can’t repeat the past?'...
He cheats on her, and when she finds out, it seems he could not care less. But Daisy cannot even leave him because she is too scared, and has no one to run to. Through Daisy’s situation, Fitzgerald is expressing that even when people are treated horribly, they still rely on wealth and high status. Even in society today, we see people deteriorating because of their goals to meet society’s standards. The neglect from her husband causes Daisy to wilt, much like the flower if it were treated harshly.