Daisy's Relationship In The Great Gatsby

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The relationship between Daisy and Tom is not very well balanced. Daisy is described in a dreamlike setting, highlighting her inability to deal with reality. She is dressed entirely in white which suggests purity. In the beginning of the story, Daisy invites Nick over to her house and as they begin conversation, Daisy speaks in a voice known for its ability to draw people in, a voice full of money according to Gatsby. Tom soon receives a phone call from his mistress during dinner. Her reaction to the uncomfortable situation is very passive as she concealed her true feelings towards Tom’s other woman. When she returns to the table, she changes the topic of discussion to the romantic outdoors, until the mistress calls again. “The telephone rang