It is this yellow that will be one of the two things that will represent the end of Gatsby and Daisy's relationship.
Just as yellow taints the blue turning it to green, it also taints the white.
However, Gatsby does not perceive the other half of green which is yellow.
Yellow, just as in the Christian religion, is representative of greed and wealth.
The reader gets the image of Gatsby’s corpse still bleeding floating in the pool.
This last mixing of colors is the metaphorical killing of the dream.White and blue "become the symbols of the ultimate bliss" (Schneider 1).However, these colors, just as Gatsby and Daisy's relationship, do not keep their purity as the novel continues.This hope is only severed with the final mixing of colors: red and blue.There is only one major joining of these colors in the text and it is when Gatsby is shot while in his pool.The dream is also represented by two other colors: blue and green.The meaning of the color blue becomes understandable with the line: "In his blue gardens, men and women came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars" (Fitzgerald 43).The first of the many colors used in the novel is white.The first time Nick meets Daisy and Jordan "they were both in white" (Fitzgerald 12).Furthermore just as yellow is mixed with white and blue so does red taint the purity of the colors.In the line, "His gorgeous pink rag of a suit made a bright spot of color against the white steps," (Fitzgerald 162) shows how Gatsby has almost come to terms with the violence within the "innocent" Daisy yet "he was clutching at some last hope" (Fitzgerald 155) still.