Fifty feet from the door a dozen headlights illuminated a bizarre and tumultuous scene (58)."After the first of Gatsby's parties that Nick attends, Fitzgerald dedicates two... Scott Fitzgerald became "the most famous chronicler of 1920s America, an era that he dubbed 'the Jazz Age.'" (Phillips 1).Even though Jordan has a career without having a husband, Nick ultimately shows dominance over Jordan by ending their relationship.Daisy is possible the most important character in presenting the role of women in The Great Gatsby.Daisy is taught in order to have a good life a woman must marry into a good family.“And I hope she’ll be a fool- that’s the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful fool,” (17) Daisy wishes her daughter to be a beautiful fool because if she’s a fool , she won’t know how limited she is in society.When they do get married,’ continued Catherine, ‘they’re going West to live for a while until it blows over,” (34) Myrtle’s sister encourages Myrtle to believe Tom will leave Daisy.Myrtle’s character also demonstrates that women of the 1920’s were defined to what type of life they have by who they marry.Jordan, being a dishonest person, suggests that some women of the 1920’s were dishonest and lied frequently. ’ ‘Well, other people are,’ she said lightly,” (58).Nick also describes Jordan as careless; she doesn’t seem to care how her actions affect others. This characteristic of Jordan proposes that Fitzgerald saw these types of women as careless also.Jordan Baker is different because she has a career and doesn’t need a man in her life to depend on.“Jordan’s going to play in the tournament tomorrow’ explained Daisy, ‘over at Westchester. ’” (18) Nick recognizes Jordan because she is a famous golfer.