Some critics have suggested that the European society that judges Daisy so harshly was actually afraid of her. What are they afraid of
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Daisy was judged harshly because she was different. Her American upbringing was far different than that of the European girls she came into contact with. She was independent, fun loving, flirtacious, and what the Europeans considered to be morally loose. As a result, Daisy was a constant source of gossip.