Feminist Critique Of Characters In The Great Gatsby Njkn Essay

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Albania Cruz 11/14/18
Feminist Critique on Great Gatsby character:
Well, where should I start? Who are we going to talk about. I think that somebody that will fit just fine is Tom Buchanan, Daisy’s dearly husband, dad to her baby girl, and loved by Mrs. Wilson. First of all, Tom is a married men and a father. But, he is a wealthy cheater guy. He loves to criticize everybody around him, but can’t see himself in the mirror. Daisy and Tom have a little daughter. “She was the proof” of their love. In the first chapter of the Great Gatsby, Daisy is talking about her daughters birth, and you might be thinking that this is irrelevant but it isn’t because of 2 things I am about to mention. First thing is, “Well, she was less than an hour old and Tom was God knows where”. Where was Tom, was he with Myrtle, or with another woman instead of being next to his wife and greeting his child into the world. This shows cynicism and cowardice from his end. Second thing is, “She told me it was a girl, and so I turned my head away and wept. 'All...

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