“You resemble the advertisement of the man,” she went on innocently. “You know the advertisement of the man ——”

from F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Great Gatsby (Chapter VII) on Rap Genius

Meaning

Here, Daisy admits that Gatsby’s facade has worked. He has managed to convince her completely that he belongs in the elite class she is a part of. She relates him to the actors and models that you see on the billboards in the city, and those people are amongst the wealthiest of the wealthy. So she says out loud that he has convinced her that he, too, belongs with them in their world of richness and perfection.

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