During the late 1800s, Cody had become wealthy as the result of various metal rushes in the West and eventually made his millions thanks to Montana copper. Even though Nick struggles to sell bonds, he politely declines, realizing that Gatsby was only returning the favor. He believes that his money can accomplish anything as far as Daisy is concerned. Said director has been staring at her loveliness and finally goes to kiss her on the neck. This green light is across the courtesy bay, which separates East and West egg. After seeing Gatsby and getting to know him, Nick presents the real story of his past.
Even though Daisy spends a lot of her time with Gatsby, he expects so much more from her, more than she can give because of her love for Tom. Who knows how Gatsby would have ended up without theI influence of Cody in his life. . After the Buchanans leave and the party breaks up, Nick and Gatsby review the evening. Cody, seeing something in Gatsby, immediately took him aboard the yacht, bought him some spiffy boat clothing, and proceeded to sail around the North American continent for about five years.
Of all Gatsby's high society friends, only one attends Gatsby's funeral. Fitzgerald wants the readers to feel delighted, glad for someone to succeed by his own ingenuity, while also a little unnerved at the ease in which Gatsby has been able to pull off his charade. Also at the funeral are narrator Nick Carraway and Gatsby's father, Henry C. We also encourage discussion about developments in the book world and we have a flair system. Myrtle is the same way around Tom, even though she has a husband of her own.
During the party in a high-class hotel suite, a casual party conversation evolves into a confrontation between Daisy, Gatsby and Tom. In addition to learning about who to be from Cody, Gatsby also accounted for Cody's shortcomings. After rekindling the lost love of an old flame, Daisy, he still continued to want more. Another downside to Gatsby's American dream is that it has, in essence, stunted his growth, intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally. He found that in Dan Cody. Dan Cody was a wealthy successful man while Gatsby was a poor boy.
Gatsby was poor and Daisy wanted more, desperate for affection. For example, Gatsby witnessed the effects of Cody's alcohol consumption. Dan Cody's yacht was James Gatz's door or mode of transportation to a new world and a more glamourous life. Cody took in Gatsby under his wing and showed him a different kind of life, a life of yachting. Jay Gatsby, like Cody, chooses ignore reality Cody Is a relentless drunk; Gatsby refuses to realize that he will never have Daisy which ultimately leads to his demise. Tom, apparently concerned with Daisy's recent activities, accompanies her to one of Gatsby's parties. Cody and Daisy share a similar role of representing the wealth and luxury for which Gatsby longs.
Dan Cody was the physical embodiment of Gatsby's ideations of wealth and power. Although it would be going too far to say Gatsby is weak in character, Fitzgerald creates a protagonist who is unable to function in the present. James Gatz—that was really, or at least legally, his name. Cody had many women in his life, all of which were interested in taking a piece of his millions for themselves. Daisy couldn't give the love that Gatsby expected from her. The man ended up kissing her on the cheek as well, and this gives the impression that the woman is not as pure and innocent as she seems, as she did not try to distance herself from the man.
He is living in the past, something the reader may not have known, had he not realized his dream of reuniting with Daisy. In the years since, he has traveled the globe, gaining, losing, and regaining his fortune. Young James Gatz, also known as Jay Gatsby, migrated all the way from North Dakota to the southern shores of Lake Superior then on to Minnesota and eventually to Long Island, New York all before the age of 23. Unfortunately for Cody and Gatsby , he met an untimely fate. Becoming Jay Gatsby James Gatz moved shiftlessly through Minnesota, searching for the next big break, that singular opportunity that would change his life.
The other prominent symbol is the green lightas it comes from Daisy's home and represents Gatsby's longing to bewith her, so it claims that he beli … eves in that light. When he needed restraint from heavy drinking, Gatsby was there. At his West Egg mansion, Gatsby hosts a weekend-long party every weekend, open to all comers, as an attempt to attract Daisy as one of party guests from East Egg. After the party Gatsby is worried that Daisy did not enjoy it and Nick tells him to give up on Daisy, however, In The Great Gatsby Dan Cody symbolizes everything that Jay Gatsby wanted to be. She loved Tom and she'd be lying if she said she didn't. Gatsby, worried that Daisy didn't have a good time after all, the Daisy in his dream would have a good time , shares his concern with Nick.