The Great Gatsby

Obviously, Daisy, with all her money. is not going to cry over some shirts; why does she cry?

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It seems silly of course to cry over shirts. But it is not the shirts themselves that overwhelm her but what they symbolize: Gatsby's extraordinary dedication to his dream. Wouldn't you be moved to tears to find yourself the object of so much adoration?