The Great Gatsby
Gatsby is the most main character in the whole novel. He loves Daisy, so that he does anything and give anything for her in order to change Daisy’s mind that fall in love with Gatsby again. Also that is the beginning of his death. Therefore Gatsby himself most responsibility for Gatsby’s death. Gatsby always loves Daisy, he thinks Daisy loves him too. Then Gatsby thinks he can change the mind of Daisy. Finally Daisy loves Tom, leave him is impossible.
Gatsby always love Daisy, he thinks Daisy love him too. "Gatsby bought that house so that Daisy would be just across the bay.” ( Fitzbeger 63 ) Gatsby looks into the distance of the Green light in front Daisy’s house. That represents of his hope and the future life with Daisy. “…he stretched out his arms toward the dark water in a curious way, and, far as I was from him, I could have sworn he was trembling. Involuntarily I glanced seaward – and distinguished nothing except a single green light, minute and far away…” ( Fitzbeger 151) Gatsby tries to touch it every night, but he has no reason to reunion with Daisy, until meet Nick who is Daisy’s brother. Gatsby sent a lot services and goods to Nick, because Nick invites Daisy come to his house for tea. Gatsby wants everything and details look nicely when Daisy come into the house. His servants take a lot of flowers and cakes for Nick, even the service of grass cut. When he meets Daisy at Nick’s house, he nerves at the beginning, then he talks with Daisy likes past. This represents the idea of the American Dream, where qualities of hard work and ambition are shown. Anyone can rise to the top with enough hard work in American. Through work and having money, you can get anything you want, a big house, car, clothes and family. You can change from a poor farmer become a millionaire who has wealth and fame.
Gatsby thinks he can change Daisy’s mind. Gatsby invites Daisy and Tom come to his party, Gatsby wants to through the party show how he wealths right now to Daisy in order to let Daisy come to his life, but he discover Daisy dislikes this party that not accord with her identity which “old money”. “Can’t repeat the past? he’s cried, incredulously ‘why of course you can’t’”. ( Fitzbeger 116 ) When Nick breaks Gatsby’s dream, he refuses accepting this fact, because Gatsby believes he can control anything and makes each moment same as past. "And what's more, I love Daisy too. Once in a while I go off on a spree and make a fool of myself, but I always come back, and in my heart I...