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Clearly interwoven into both pieces are similes and metaphors which put Daisy and Gatsby on a parallel level allowing them to be collated within the mind of the reader The sentences in Daisys passage are long and drawn-out revealing her dramatic yet cheerfully snobby personality Yet the sentences in Gatsbys passage are short and incomplete until the end when Gatsby is incarnated This reveals that Fitzgerald used his sentence structures to convey the mood and reflections of both Daisy and Gatsby In Daisys passage the orchids and roses symbolize the disappearance of Gatsby and the creation of Tom allowing Daisys unsteady thoughts to be complete While Gatsby becomes complete with the kiss from his one true love Daisy However at his lips touch she blossomed for him like a flower and the incarnation was complete This revealed that the residing fact in Gatsbys rebirth was Daisy while Daisys rebirth was conjured up by the arrival of Tom Buchanan in the spring Gatsbys incarnation occurred during the autumn season while Daisys occurred during the spring Daisy is more demanding and assertive as she wanted her life shaped now immediately - and the decision must be made by some force projecting an impatient motif She was constantly struggling within herself to make her dreams a reality but she didnt take action instead she waited for some outside force to act upon her While Gatsby is undoubtedly an utopian at heart he is the one that actually reaches out for his erratic dreams Both Gatsby and Daisy are dreamers contemplating their thoughts through their fallacies and solidified conceptions of themselves However Gatsby with his heart in a constant turbulent riot where the most grotesque and fantastic conceits haunted him at night displays a conceited mood closer to reality Daisys mood is evidently erroneous and unreal Daisy was constantly living for today worrying about what was happening at the current moment and wanted everything to be organized
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