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Why does Tom and Daisy find Gatsby's party loathsome?

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Daisy and Tom found Gatsby's partyas loathsome because the attendees of the party didnot act like them. Daisy and Tom have a reputation touphold and therefore act more sophisticated that the rest of theattendees. They are more uptight, and not as loose and open as theparty members.

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In respect to this, why did Daisy and Tom find Gatsby's party loathsome?

Fitzgerald tells us now because we as the readers cantrust Nick and Gatsby finally found someone to trust. Themeeting reveals that Gatsby and Tom have tension.Tom knows that that is who Daisy has been with.Why did Daisy and Tom find Gatsby's partyloathsome?

Also Know, did Daisy have a good time at Gatsby's party? In Chapter Six of The Great Gatsby, Daisyattends one of Gatsby's parties, but she does notenjoy it. It upsets Gatsby that Daisy does not enjoyhis party. Remember that his entire purpose in life is toimpress Daisy to the point that she comes back tohim.

Similarly, you may ask, how does Daisy feel about Gatsby's parties?

According to Nick, Daisy is offended by theparty because she thinks it wasn't a gesture but an emotion.We see that Daisy does not have much fun at theparty, the only time she enjoyed was the few moments she wasalone with Gatsby. Daisy shows her snobbish sidewhile at the party.

What is the significance of the green light in Chapter 5?

In Chapter 5, when Gatsby and Daisy havereconnected, taking the symbolic meaning away from the greenlight. At the end of Chapter 9, when it transitions frombeing a symbol just for Gatsby and instead becomes auniversal symbol of hope for the future.

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