Gatsby’s mansion parties became one of the reasons for his high status and reputation in New York. Hundreds of people enjoying drinks and gossips till early morning. And these events served one principal purpose. The host wanted to draw Daisy’s attention. In chapter 6, Daisy finally attends one of Gatsby’s parties. And its success is measured by the extent to which she likes it.
In his novel, Fitzgerald describes how Gatsby attempts to win back the woman he once fell in love with. To achieve the purpose, the title character throws elaborate parties. Nick, the narrator, describes them as elegant, luxurious, and almost excessive. Gatsby’s weekly celebrations gained extensive fame in New York. And they attracted a peculiar mixture of guests from varied social classes and backgrounds. But, reputation was not an essential criterion for the protagonist. The most important thing for him was attracting the lover’s attention and luring her into one of these events.
In Chapter 6, Gatsby and Daisy renew their connection at Nick’s house. Then, the parties complete their mission to a certain extent. One Saturday night, Daisy and Tom, her husband, decide to visit an event at Gatsby’s mansion. The heroine does not seem to be amused much. But she only enjoys during the moments when she is able to spend time with the protagonist. As a consequence, Daisy leaves the mansion kind of abruptly, which frustrates Gatsby. Whether Daisy liked the party or not was the main criterion on which he based its success. After Daisy’s heartbreaking departure, Gatsby and Tom discuss the past.