The Great Gatsby Daisy's point of view In this chapter of The Great Gatsby, starts out with Tom and Nick on the train, their way to New York City. On their way Tom makes them get off of the train so that Nick can meet his “girl”. Tom takes them to a house in the “valley of ashes” which is the poorest part of the city. They arrive at George Wilsons house. George is married to Tom’s lover Myrtle. Myrtle then leaves the house to join Tom and Nick on their trip to the city. After Myrtle buys a dog in the city, the group heads to Myrtle’s sisters house. At her place they have a small party with a couple called the McKee’s. At this party Nick gets drunk for the second time in his life. Later that night Myrtle starts talking about daisy and when she won’t stop Tom punches her in the face and breaks her nose. Immediately after the party stops and Nick finds himself on the 4 am train back to Long Island. Daisy is The Great Gatsby's most “mysterious”, and perhaps also the most disappointing, character. She is just a selfish, low, and hurtful, woman. After marrying Tom, a rich man, she moves to East Egg, Long Island. Daisy is a woman who likes to “play” with men, she loves to overstress and improvise. Most men are fascinated by her and daisy enjoys it, being the center and get attention. At the same time Daisy wants to be liked and popular among all the men’s around her. Daisy’s point of view: Today, we had my cousin Nick come over for dinner. It had been quite some time since I last saw him. My friend Jordan and myself, were sprawling on the couch on a hot summer afternoon, and the same time he came. Nick’s school years...
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