My comic book strip on Daisy Buchanan for The Great Gatsby
"That huge place there?"
Could you leave us alone, Nick?
"High in the white palace the King's daughter, the golden girl..." This quote describes Daisy throughout the novel because as described by many of the characters she is known as the perfect person, and as you can tell she is desired by most be the gold within the eggs.
I love you now- isn't that enough?
I chose the part where Gatsby shows Daisy his house. I think that this is a valuable part in the novel because it is a moment that starts to show Daisy's true colors throughout the novel
I chose this part of the book because I found it suspicious that Daisy and Gatsby wanted Nick to leave so that they could have their alone time, also the piano player started playing "Love Nest" so I thought that Gatsby had come up with all of this an advanced and devised a plan to win over daisy.
They all went for a lunch-in at the Buchanan's and daisy confesses her love... for both men. Gatsby was putting a lot of pressure on Daisy to confess her love for him even though she wasn't quite ready it seemed. Also in this part of the book one of my favorite quotes is read: "From the ballroom beneath, muffled and suffocating chords were drifting up on hot waves of air."
This part of the book is a very important because after Myrtle's death it is like it has a snowball affect of bad events, and daisy was the cause of it. It seems that in the presence of Gatsby she is vulnerable and makes bad choices, I think that she is under the influence of Jay Gatsby.
Gatsby is standing in front of the Buchanan's house waiting for Daisy to turn out her light. I chose this scene because, I think that Tom and Daisy were planning their "escape". This shows a lot about who Daisy has become, it says something about how committed she is to Gatsby after Myrtle's death, she'd rather he take the blame and no one suspect her
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