The Great Gatsby: Antihero

The Great Gatsby: Antihero

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  • Antihero: a character who lacks prominent characteristics of moral goodness.
  • "I'm sophisticated...god, I'm sophisticated! pg. 17
  • Hello! I'm the one and only, Daisy Buchanon. I can be perceived differently throughout the book, I guess.
  • "Alright, I'm glad it's a girl. And I hope she'll be a fool. That's the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool." pg. 17
  • I want to be that beautiful, wealthy women who's unaffected by my husbands actions and decisions. I even try to be an okay mother.
  • "What a low, vulgar girl!" I don't care." Pg. 116
  • Well, I guess I do have some problems I need to work out. Not all of them are entirely my fault but...
  • "As he left the room again, she went over and pulled his face down, kissing him on the mouth. You know I love you," she murmured. Pg. 116
  • My feelings for Gatsby are somewhat affected by my husband Tom's actions and behavior. I'm certain he's had an affair..
  • I never thought my feelings would get in the way.
  • With Gatsby, it's different. I've had feelings for him since back in Louisville.
  • "I saw the emotions possessed her, so I asked what I thought would be some sedative questions about her little girl." Pg. 16
  • "Daisy's murmur was only to make people lean toward her, an irrelevant criticism that made it no less charming." Pg. 8-9
  • But, it's okay. People still like me because I'm charming.
  • "and how I was looking at it again, through Daisy's eyes. It is inevitably saddening to look new things upon which you have experienced your own powers of adjustment. Pg. 104
  • Will I ever change?
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