The Complexity Of Humanity By F. Fitzgerald Essay

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I The complexity of humanity
A significant feature of humanity is complicated. Different people have different personalities rather than everyone is the same. “ I wanted the world to be in uniform and a sort of moral attention forever.” (Fitzgerald, 1925) Nick wished the world becomes simple and clear and uniformy in the moral values which doomed to be impossible. Beauty and ugliness, goodness and evil will be found in one person at the same time. Before marriage, Daisy holded the wine in one hand, holded the letter in another hand. Her abnormal behavior—be drunk and suddently told Jordan that she changed her idea of marriage is a sign of her inner conflict and a vivid reflection of struggle. Both the strong side and the weak side of the humanity, as well as the loyalty and betrayal to love were showed here. In the case of not know someone well, anyone can not be judged as good or evil. Because a person is a half angel and a half evil. If the complexity of humanty was ignored, a correct judgement can not be made.

II Daisy’s white side
Daisy is not only a material girl, but also a moving woman. If regarding Daisy as a vulgarian, it will insult Gatsby’s divine love. The author shaped a plump and vivid characters. Daisy has more than one side. In Nick’s eyes, Daisy is a gentlewoman. At Gatsby and Daisy s’ first meet, Daisy was a woman who has bound by wealth and youth, and she was full of mystique and different with other gentle rich women decisively. All of her was fresh…

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