“Her Voice is full of money…. that was it. I’d never understood before. It was full of money-that was the inexhaustible charm that rose and fell in it, the jingle of it , the cymbals song if it… high in a white palace the kings daughter the golden girl…”
- Attractive – money is attractive.
- Money sounds like…. high society, posh, confident, vocabulary.
- She embodies everything that comes with wealth.
- Daisy has lots of money, and just does what she wants, but what she wants isn’t that much or she doesn’t actually do what she wants.
- you never get tired of it/ it never runs out of charm.
- advertisement have jingles.
- The jingle draws you in, like Daisy’s voice draws you in.
- You hit it and it makes a crashing noise.
- Take a second look musical instrument? or just crashing sound creator.
- Daisys colour = White
- Palace is a symbol of Wealth
This is when we find out exactly why Gatsby is so in love with Daisy. She represents money, plain and simple. ‘Jingle’ and ‘cymbals’ suggest almost that her voice is a taunting advertisement for the wealthy lifestyle that Gatsby so desires. She never knew what it meant to want something because she would always get it, and this is unconsciously conveyed by the lilt of her voice. Nick is half-consciously figuring out what’s so elusive and magnetic about the quality of Daisy’s voice, but Gatsby grasps it intuitively. – https://genius.com/1741470