Quote: "Was Daisy driving?" "Yes, but of course I'll say I was"(Fitzgerald 137). Analysis: Gatsby, out of love for Daisy, is willing to take the blame for her carelessness. The picture represents the unbalanced way Gatsby receives consequences even though he doesn't deserve them. He doesn't know what these consequences will be, but regardless, he will take them, putting himself on the "blame" side of the seesaw. This makes him a martyr and gives him a point of sympathy for the readers.