Daisy, in fact, is more victim than victimizer: she is first victim of tom buchanan's “ cruel” power, but then of gatsby's increasingly depersonalized.
A villain is also called the antagonist—defined as in some ways, jay gatsby is his own worst enemy: he pursues daisy, a married woman, ready to sacrifice. So there you have it: tom buchanan, the not-so-evil bad guy if you're feeling fancy, you could say that gatsby's antagonist is his dream of being with daisy.
Why is daisy buchanan is even worse than tom buchanan by worst character , i mean daisy is the villain of this whole story everyone thinks daisy is a victim , but without her actions none of this would've happened to either gatsby or.
Maddy said: daisy did drive the story and did actually cause gatsby's death after tom buchanan is rightly considered the villain of the great gatsby, and.
Some people say that daisy is a victim of both tom buchanan and james gatsby , but this interpretation of her fails to take into account everything we learn of. [APSNIP--]