Marguerite and her sister await for their father’s arrival. When he arrives they are going to dance to some of his favorite music. When he got their he danced with Rosalyn but wouldn’t dance with Marguerite, he said she couldn’t dance and nobody wanted to dance with her.
She was greatly hurt by her father saying that but then she went on and decided she was going to dance crazy, since her name does mean crazy as a daisy. She hated all the boy-girl dances because she would rather dance like a boy than dance like a girl.
When she got older, she would go to dances and always dance crazier and weirder than everyone else there. The parties began to make signs saying that you must be dressed up in order to get in, in other words they were trying to prevent marguerite from getting in. She then meets a guy whom already knows her from her crazy dancing. She decides that she’ll teach him how to dance.
Going to college parties and dancing crazy at the parties. The head of the parties start making posters with requirements of being eligibility to get into the parties so that Marguerite wouldn’t be able to get in.
I think it is good that she still has that individuality that not many people can fully grasp. She is still able to do things without a care in the world of what others think or perceive of her. I think she should loosen up just a little though and let her girly side out. It would be easier for her to get a guy if she would not be such a boy.
I predict that Marguerite will finally date Roland. She is starting to be more herself and not so “crazy as a daisy” like she used to be. I think that once she teaches him how to dance that they’ll start to have a connection and will begin to like each other.
I was surprised by the way marguerite reacted to her father’s comment about nobody wanting to dance with her. You knew it got to her but she didn’t show it on the outside but that when she became “crazy as a daisy.”
Crazy as a Daisy would definitely be around a seven. This is because it has a good central message within it. The message being sent that you should always be true to yourself. Other than the central message being taught the story is alright, it kind of just lingers on.