Characterize the forced distribution method. what potential problems are associated with the forced distribution method?
1. One of the reasons why Daisy dislikes West Egg is because Tom went with her to Gatsby’s party. For example, Nick stated during the party “Perhaps his presence gave the evening its particular quality of oppressiveness”(104). Tom believed that there was something between her with Gatsby, in which he was not aware of. Later on Nick claims that “it is saddening to look through new eyes at things upon which you could have expended your powers of adjustment”(104). Nick accepted the way West Egg is, but Daisy does not. As a way Nick wanted Daisy to love Gatsby and West Egg since they both represent new money, but since Daisy is materialistic she believes that East Egg alongside with Tom is more superior than the people of West Egg. 12. The word “incarnation” means when a spiritual figure such as a deity or a God becomes into a human being. Fitzgerald metaphorically depicts how Gatsby has become into a human from a spiritual entity. Through Daisy, Gatsby finds a vehicle in which he can achieve his goals. Describing how his only goal is to win Daisy for himself. Through his kiss with Daisy, all of Gatsby’s goals have become true and to him it is only a matter of time until he accomplishes his goals. 13. The kitchen scene indicates that Daisy and Tom are repairing their relationship; after the hit and run incident with Myrtle as she can not stand to see Gatsby at the moment. Tom may have been using the crash as a sign to demonstrate to Daisy that Gatsby would lead to her downfall. Since they have been married for a long time, Tom would usually start everything and Daisy would follow and support him. Overall, their conversation in the kitchen would lead them to completely leave and never speak to Gatsby again. 14. The paragraph that begins with “no telephone messages”(161) illustrates the time that Gatsby has wanted Daisy to call him or give him a sign that she’s still there for him. For example, as times passed on Nick stated “Gatsby himself didn’t believe it would come, and perhaps he no longer cared”(161). This acts as Gatsby’s epiphany that Daisy would never talk to him anymore. Gatsby must begin to forget about her and continue with his life, but Gatsby struggles to do so. In addition, Nick continues to state that “He must have felt that he had lost the old worm world, paid a high price for living too long it’s a single dream”(161). Nick elaborates that since Gatsby only ha>GET ANSWER