At the end of chapter 6 of The Great Gatsby, Daisy attends her first and only party at Gatsby’s, and the purpose of the gathering shifts. Gatsby and Daisy have grown more comfortable with each other, and Tom is beginning to feel threatened. Gatsby tries to impress the Buchanans by pointing out the famous guests, but they are unimpressed. Tom finds someone to pursue, and Daisy is drawn to the movie star. The Buchanans are disgusted by the “raw vigor” of the party, showing how they discriminate on the basis of social class. After Tom and Daisy leave, Gatsby is unhappy and wants Daisy to leave Tom so he can be with her. Nick reminds Gatsby that he cannot recreate the past, but Gatsby believes his money can make anything happen with Daisy.
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