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They were unhappy...yet united

“I never loved him,” she said, with perceptible reluctance.

“Not at Kapiolani?” demanded Tom suddenly.


From the ballroom beneath, muffled and suffocating chords were drifting up on hot waves of air.

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humiliation of my towels

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Daisy went upstairs to wash her face – too late I thought with humiliation of my towels – while Gatsby and I waited on the lawn.

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Daisy and Gatsby Meet Again - Daisy PoV

Re-creative when Daisy and Gatsby are in Nick’s house meeting again for the first time.

A subtle knocking at the front door broke us from our conversation. 644 more words


The Great Gatsby: I Didn't Read it For School!

“And I like large parties. They’re so intimate. At small parties there isn’t any privacy.” 526 more words

Book Reviews!

Book Lover

“Books were safer than other people anyway.”
Neil Gaiman, The Ocean at the End of the Lane

I have, and feel always will, love reading, perhaps not as much as my brother but I still love a book never the less. 149 more words


A Letter to Daisy Buchanan

Dear Daisy,

Hi. How are you? How has your day been so far? No, you don’t know me, and I would venture to say that I don’t know you quite as well as I’d like to think I do. 371 more words


Daisy Buchanan.

I’m not a literature critic so I won’t comment on her role in the novel but certainly she is a quite interesting character. ‘The Great Gatsby’ is a wonderful piece of literature with a fantastic language. 92 more words