“I won’t stand this!” cried Daisy. “Oh, please let’s get out.”
Daisy will do anything she can to avoid making a final decision, especially one as important as this one. This is because she values social mobility over one set situation. So she would rather just walk out in the middle of Tom and Gatsby’s heated dispute than choose who she is going to be with the rest of her life.
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