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The Role of Women in The Great Gatsby

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Megan Majewski

on 24 October 2012

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The Role of Women in The Great Gatsby Female Characters in the Novel Daisy Buchanan Jordan Baker Myrtle Wilson -Nick Carraway's Cousin
-Has a daughter
-A friend of Daisy Buchanan
-Competitive Golfer
-Part of "New Generation" of Women
-Dishonest Daisy Buchanan Tom Buchanan -Aspires to live the "rich" life
-Mid thirties
-Not beautiful but has a sensuous way about her Myrtle Wilson George Wilson Jay Gatsby Jordan Baker Nick Carraway Men's decisions greatly affected by role of women Examples:
-Setting of the accident scene
-Myrtle Wilson killed by Daisy and Gatsby
The role of women in The Great Gatsby is highly significant because they are the cause and effect of the plot. Each event that leads to the climax is due to the roles of each female character.
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