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Iterpretive Essay Then wear the Gold hat if that will move her if you can bounce high bounce for her too Till she cry Lover gold-hatted high-bouncing lover I must have you This poem is about someones struggle to obtain a woman just out of reach He does everything for her Then wear the Gold hat if that will move her Shows even the smallest things are done with her in mind The poem does assume that if everything is done for her then she will eventually be his This is not only the story of Gatsby but also the story of F Scott Fitzgerald He sought out his ex-wife with the same Everything for you attitude She refused to marry him until he made his first million Since he had fixated on her as his goal he did not realize that could not be the basis of a healthy relationship According to his letters to his daughter Scotty he did finally realize this but not until too late He realized that she demanded to much from him She expected everything to be done for her because thats what she was used to Gatsby couldnt keep that up she was sucking everything out of him including his other dreams and goals That is what ultimately ended their marriage Gatsbys goals are also based on this poem After he had come back from the war and found Daisy married to Tom he dedicated his life towards his dream of having Daisy again Everything he did from that point on was for her After making as much money as possible Gatsby bought an elaborate house across the water from Daisy and Toms dock for the sole purpose of gazing upon the green light at the end of the dock He through extravagant parties hoping she would someday show up All of this is wearing the gold hat and bouncing high When Daisy realizes he
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