A Dream Ruined, Blindness Appreciated

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?®Why of course you can!???± (Fitzgerald 98). Yet, as good as his intentions were to be with Daisy, fate wasn??t on his side, and fate decided to place an arrogant and unfaithful Tom Buchanan to hinder Gatsby??s attempts; thus, ?°foul dust?± would easily represent the hovering obstacles and obstruction in Gatsby??s dreams...
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?°They shook hands briefly and a strained, unfamiliar look of embarrassment came over Gatsby??s face?­I turned toward Mr. Gatsbly, but he was no longer there.?± (Fitzgerald 70). Realizing who Tom Buchanan was, Mr. Gatsby couldn??t stand the presence of his beloved??s husband. Such a stinging word as ?°foul?± used to describe the grief and sadness Gatsby??s dream sanctioned obviously tainted his memories of Daisy??s disloyalty, unfaithfulness, and most importantly, her presence...
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