I love you Daisy, and all of this is for you. Let's run off and make a life together!
I'd leave my terrible husband for you any day!
Ok, I'm cool with that. Bye.
Gatsby's Corrupt American Dream
I'll give you a million dollars for all this brandy.
Good! Just enough to steal my love from her husband!
"The American dream is what gives people the chance to pursue whatever they truly love to do. Here you can find the education and resources to do things and nobody is going to judge you based on what you’re doing" (Brita Schmitz).
"He wanted nothing less of Daisy than that she should go to Tom and say: 'I never loved you.' After she had obliterated four years with that sentence they could decide upon the more practical measures to be taken. On of them was that, after she was free, they were to go back to Louisville and be married from her house-just as if it were five years ago" (Fitzgerald, 1925, p.109).
"'I thought you inherited your money.' 'I did, old sport,' he said automatically, 'but I lost most of it in the big panic- the panic of the war.' I think he hardly knew what he was saying, for when I asked him what business he was in he answered: 'That's my affair,' before he realized that it wasn't an appropriate reply" (Fitzgerald, 1925, p.90).