Who was daisy in The Great Gatsby married to?
married to tom
They are married.
Daisy is toms wife and she was in love with gatsby but she left him because he had no money and married Tom who did. Myrtle is married to George and is cheating on him with Tom daisys husband. Daisy hits myrtle in a car crash and kills myrtle. Tom thinks it was gatsby that was driving but it was daisy
tom is married to daisy and he is a very wealthy men.
Daisy does very little in The Great Gatsby. She is shown to be defined and manipulated by the men which surround her. Daisy is married to Tom, they are wealthy and represent old money within the book. Daisy has a child which is treated as a possession and used in the novel as a conversation starter. Daisy is torn between her husband, Tom, and Gatsby. Before her marriage, she was loved by Gatsby, whom she… Read More
Im not sure, but she married tom for his money instead of Gatsby. To her money is stablity and a happy life.
He is mad at Daisy for having an affair with Gatsby while he is and has been having an affair with Myrtle. He even had an affair while him and Daisy were getting married.
Nick's second cousin is Daisy who is married to Tom, used to date Gatsby who Nick lives next door to. Daisy and Tom are friends with Jordan who attends Gatsby's parties. Tom is having an affair with Myrtle who is married to Mr Wilson who kills Gatsby at the end because he ran over his wife but it was really Daisy.
No, Gatsby does not give Daisy a ring in the novel.
Daisy is the woman that Gatsby loves. She is nicks cousin and is married to Tom. When she was younger her and Gatsby were in love but Gatsby was not wealthy. A man named Tom asked her to marry him and was very wealthy, though she promised Gatsby she would wait for him she could not pass up the possibilities of being married to a wealthy man and living a good life. Gatsby later comes… Read More
Wealth was the reason Daisy married Tom, and the reason that Daisy originally did not marry Gatsby, and so Gatsby's goal in life was to become wealthy enough to support Daisy and to win her back from Tom.
In "The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the titular character is deeply in love with Daisy and has returned only to find that she has married a brute of a man named Tom. Gatsby urges Daisy to tell Tom that she does not love him and that she never loved him, but ultimately she cannot go through with it.
Daisy Buchanan is the object, the goal, of Jay Gatsby's great American dream. She represents achievement and class. If Daisy accepts Gatsby, then "old money" would accept Gatsby, and his dream would be fulfilled.
In F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby", Daisy waits for Jay Gatsby briefly before she determines she would be better off with her own kind. While Jay is still going to school in England, Daisy married Tom when he returns home from the war.
Gatsby tries to recreate the past. At one time he loved Daisy and Daisy him, but Gatsby did not have enough money to get married. So now that Gatsby has a lot of money he tries to recreate everything so Daisy will love him again and they can get married. But you can not recreate the past, it just isn't possible. This is expressed very well in the last sentence in the book, "So we… Read More
Nick knows Tom and Daisy in the Great Gatsby because Nick is Daisy's cousin.
In chapter 5 of The Great Gatsby, it was indeed raining. That was the day that the meeting occured between Gatsby and Daisy. When Daisy arrives at the mansion, Gatsby is just coming in from a walk in the rain.
The reunion of Jay Gatsby and Daisy takes place in Nick's home. Nick is the cousin of Daisy and the neighbor of Gatsby.
Daisy and Gatsby were in love in 1917. Even though Daisy still loved Gatsby, she married Tom. This revelation shocked Tom, who learned about it when the group, after traveling in two cars met for a discussion. Seeing the interaction between Daisy and Gatsby revealed the secret feelings.
In the Great Gatsby, Daisy and Gatsby first met right before he went off to war. This happened in Louisville, Kentucky in 1917.
Daisy Buchanan leaves the Plaza Hotel with Jay Gatsby.
Daisy kept her child and, she later in the novel began to love her more that Gatsby.
Nick and Daisy are cousins.
Because Myrtle is married to George but having an affair with Tom...Daisy is married to Tom but is having a slight affair with Gatsby...Nick and Jordan are dating but she eventually gets engaged to another man!
The Great Gatsby is not sympathetic to any characters, male or female. Everyone seems very shallow and weak. Daisy is very spoiled and she married for money, not for love. She lived to party.
I think it is because Nick admire's Gatsby romanticism. Nick, being a realist, wants to be as daring as Gatsby, especially of how Gatsby strives for Daisy.
to impress daisy.
The narrator of the Great Gatsby is Nick Carraway, who befriends the titular Gatsby and is cousin to Gatsby's love interest, Daisy.
Gatsby does not keep in touch with Daisy when he goes off to the war in the novel, The Great Gatsby as he wanted to be remain focused which caused him to excel. This is the man reason why Daisy started having an affair with Nick as he did not understand why Gatsby would not come directly to her after the war.Ê
The Buchanan's are Jay Gatsby's neighbors. Daisy Buchanan had fallen in love and promised to wait for Gatsby while he was at war. However instead of waiting she married the wealthy Tom Buchanan.
Gatsby, and then Nick
it symbolizes the time gatsby and daisy have lost.
For Daisy and Gatsby so they can meet again.
Gatsby tells Nick that he has always been in love with Daisy.
She may not live up to the dream that Gatsby has about her.
Whether or not Gatsby is "great" is a debatable issue. Here are two sides of the debate, however. 1. Gatsby is great as the title suggests, "The Great Gatsby." Gatsby is characterized by his aspirations that guide him through his life. The most prominent is of his love for Daisy. He was born into a poor family but especially after meeting Daisy, he became determined to pursue her by reinventing who he was. After fighting… Read More
Explain the epigraph on the title page of the novel What does it reveal about Gatsby and his love for Daisy?
The epigraph of The Great Gatsby reveals on on the title page that Gatsby will do anything that is required in order to win Daisy.
Daisy holds a letter from Gatsby in one hand and a string of pearls in the other from Tom. If she married Gatsby she would gain true love, but if she married Tom she would gain wealth. In the end Daisy marries Tom because she passed up true love for riches.
He wants her to fall in love with him in order to get married.
already married and on honeymoon to the moon
because daisy is habitual and live with Tom by habite
Daisy ran over Myrtle Wilson.
Daisy & Tom
Gatsby and Daisy go for a drive after the situation at the hotel. Gatsby and Daisy hit and run Myrtle after she runs out to the street for help. The irony is Daisy was driving the car, but she did not know that this women was Tom's lover.
because he used to stay with daisy and she said she would wait for him to come from war.
In the novel The Great Gatsby the main character repeatedly looks across the water at green lights The green lights stand for the future he hopes to have?
The green lights symbolize the future he wishes to have, but only regarding Daisy. The lights were intended for Gatsby to see upon his return from the army but after Daisy is married and unaware of his return, they only shine the light of hope into Gatsby.
Gatsby believes that it is a loveless relationship. He sees Daisy as having never loved Tom, except perhaps briefly when they first got married.
Tom's role in the novel is that he is married to Daisy, he is rich and up himself. He has an affair with another women form a lower class.