The Great Gatsby's Analysis

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Her we get a small glimpse at the Daisy’s true emotions; she’s sad, however she uses the “beautiful shirts” as a distraction to hide that what she’s really sad about is not shirts, but she’s sad because she realizes she’s missed the experience and life she could’ve had with Gatsby. Gatsby throwing the shirts “mounted higher” upon her just like her feelings had for him, all of these emotions were piling up and all falling on her just ask Gatsby’s shirts were. Daisy didn’t just cry, she cries “stormily,” due to all of the feelings she had to conceal for five years, not just her feelings for Gatsby, but her pain from him leaving, the pain from not being able to choose him over Tom, and the pain of not having the life she intended on having. The
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