• Gatsby Nick Daisy Man
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    In the beginning F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby Nick states "No-Gatsby turned out all right in the end... ." Nick sees many faces of Gatsby that no one has ever really seen before. He sees all of the emotions a human being can have. He sees Gatsby as a man in love, a good friend, and a man that wants everyone to be happy. Gatsby is so in love with Daisy Buchanan he would wait an eternity for her. Gatsby and Daisy found love at first sight while he was in the army. Unfortunatly he was sh...
  • The Great Gatsby Jays Background And His Downfall
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    The Great Gatsby: Jay's Background and His Downfall Adam Shane English 11-11-28-96 In the novel, The Great Gatsby, Jay Gatsby did not fit into the lifestyle of Daisy and her friends. Because of his background, his dreams were destined to be shattered even before he tried to achieve them. Jay Gatsby's nouveau riche lifestyle was not of the ways of the old rich. Jay Gatsby killed James Gatz at the age of seventeen as he boarded Dan Cody's yacht. It was '... James Gatz who had been loafing along th...
  • Daisy And Gatsby Tom Nick House
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    KV Smith Period 212-10-01 In the beginning of the story, Nick is introduced. He moved from the Midwest to New York and got into the bond business. Also living in New York is his second cousin, Daisy, who is married to Tom Buchanan. Nick is liked by everyone and through out the story, he learns a lot. First of all, he learns of Gatsby who is his next-door neighbor. Then he learns of Daisy and Gatsby's past relationship. They used to be a couple but broke up because Gatsby had gone away to war an...
  • Nick Carraway Great Gatsby
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    Nick Carraway view on Gatsby In the book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the narrator is Nick Carraway. We trust the narrator. We take on his perspective. He becomes our eyes and ears in this story. In The Great Gatsby, Nick goes to some length to establish his credibility. He starts off right away by mentioning his upbringing by using his fathers words about his own advantages. Nick tries to tell us that his upbringing gave him the morals to withstand and pass judgement on an amoral w...
  • The Great Gatsby Chapter 5
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    At the beginning of chapter 5, Nick is on his way home from the city when he sees Gatsby's house lit up. He does not see or hear anybody in the house, but suddenly he catches sight of Gatsby coming across the lawn. Gatsby and Nick have a conversation about when they can next hang out, because Nick is too tired to do anything that day; he is going to call Daisy to invite her over for tea. Gatsby suggests he wait a few days, so he can cut Nick's grass. Gatsby attempted to help Nick earn extra cash...
  • Gatsby Daisy Nick Tom
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    The Great Gatsby In the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby is a mysterious man living in the West Egg district of Long Island. Gatsby is extremely wealthy and owns a mansion with a large swimming pool, a fancy car, and dozens of servants. Every Saturday night, he throws extravagant parties which many people, most of who haven't even been invited, attend. No one really knows anything about Gatsby, except that he is rich and generous. However, many rumors are created about h...
  • American Dream Gatsby Daisy Love
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    During the 1920 s Jay Gatsby had been living out what Fitzgerald calls the American Dream. Fitzgerald s American Dream through the views of Gatsby was to be very wealthy, have a sense of class, infinite capacity of hope, and wonder. Gatsby had sense of style that made him fit in to the upper class of society which again is part of the American Dream. The novel depicts how this dream has deteriorated in many ways such as wealth, materialism, Selfishness, being "used", easily empresses, cheaters, ...
  • Title Of The Great Gatsby
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    Gatsby's Greatness There is much controversy on why F. Scott Fitzgerald chose his masterpiece to be title The Great Gatsby. Fitzgerald chose The Great Gatsby as the title to show the duality of how the central character of Jay Gatsby is great in trying determinedly to achieve his goal of Daisy, but how his 'greatness'; brings about his own downfall. Gatsby is, at first glance, truly great, for he pursues his dream of Daisy relentlessly. Jordan Baker, in a conversation with Nick Carraway, lets h...
  • The Great Gatsby Jay Nick Carraway
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    The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby is a really good book that deals with many different issues with its many different characters. A few of these characters share some characteristics while they are completely different at the same time. In this essay I will show you the similarities and differences in Jay Gatsby and Nick Carraway. First off the similarities. Although there are not many there is a few to be talked about. Number one similarity between Jay Gatsby and Nick Carraway is the location ...
  • The Great Gatsby Tom And Gatsby Comparison
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    Tom and Gatsby are the same in the aspect of their values, but they differ in their life styles. Both Gatsby and Tom was adulteress because Gatsby wanted Daisy who was married and Tom was cheating on Daisy. But in contrast Tom was the big strong guy and Gatsby was smaller and not as well built. Tom and Gatsby were both rich and thought that money could buy anything and everything they wanted, both Gatsby and Tom used their money to impress people. Gatsby uses his for parties to get Daisy to come...
  • The Great Gatsby True Love
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    In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, many people of the high social status such as Tom, Myrtle, and Nick wonder if Gatsby is truly in love with Daisy, or if he is in love with what Daisy, herself, represents. Gatsby's whole life is based on trying to win Daisy's love. But does Gatsby ever think about how it would be if he did win her back? He is so caught up with the illusion of love that he doesn't really think about how his life will be, if he were to win Daisy's love back. Truly, he wou...
  • Great Gatsby Fitzgerald American Scott
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    F. Scott Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby' / Gatsby's Desire for Daisy exploring why Gatsby had such an obsessive desire for Daisy. The writer purports that Gatsby began by pursuing an ideal, not the real woman. In fact, he could not recognize the type of person she had become since they last saw each other. Gatsby lives in a dream world and Daisy is part of that dream. As the novel progresses, however, Gatsby's feelings change. Bibliography lists Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby: The Role of Nick C...
  • The Great Gatsby Nick And Jordan
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    The Great Gatsby. Scott Fitzgerald published The Great Gatsby in 1925. The novel is in general about middle and upper class American citizens. The novel tells about their lives after World War I had ended. The setting is Long Island, New York. In chapter one, the book introduces Tom Buchanan and his wife, Daisy. Nick, the narrator, and Tom knew each other. Nick and Tom had gone to Yale together. Nick and Daisy are distant cousins. Tom is an adulterer. During dinner, Tom receives a phone call f...
  • The Great Gatsby Book Nick Jay
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    The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby was a very compelling and well-written novel. This book has a very intriguing plot, from the mysterious Jay Gatsby to the gruesome murder at the climatic ending. There is a multitude of deep characters you will run into through out this novel like Nick Carraway and his presumed love Miss Jordan Baker, along with Gatsby's lost love Daisy Buchanan. Then there is Gatsby's house, one of the mysteries of the story, with all of it's illustrious parties. Finally it wi...
  • Moral Responsibility In Gatsby
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    Moral Responsibility in Gatsby Bang! Gatsby's dead! George Wilson shot Gatsby! However, who is morally responsible for killing Gatsby The obvious answer would be George since he pulled the trigger. However, it is clear, if for no other reason than for the unimportance of George in the book, that others were also partly responsible. In The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tom, Daisy, and George are morally responsible for the death of Gatsby. Tom, because of his tattling on Gatsby, can be mo...
  • The Dynamic Gatsby Nick Daisy Man
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    The Great Gatsby is a book filled with dynamic characters, written by a dynamic person. Throughout the book, the themes and situations are on many symbolic levels. The Great Gatsby is such a novel, that the hero is portrayed to the reader by a man who, with seemingly no effort, will not judge a man easily. He perceives him, takes him in, and analyzes him. This man's name is not, in fact, Gatsby, but Nick Carraway, the narrator of the story. The man who is being perceived, of course, is Jay Gats...
  • An Analysis From A Passage Of The Great Gatsby
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    Bolding, Sara English 102 Monday 3 - 5: 45 An Analysis of a Passage form Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" The three paragraphs from F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" are presented in the middle of the novel. This passage comes just as the story starts to get interesting. Preceding this passage Gatsby and Daisy are again seeing each other for the first time in five years and we are hearing how they reacted. The passage shows us the opinion and regard that the narrator has for Gatsby. The ar...
  • Gatsby Persuasive Shared His Wealth
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    In F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel, The Great Gatsby, Nick's claim that Gatsby turned out to be all right is true because Gatsby cared about other people, knew how to love, and openly as well as freely shared his wealth. Nick was able to support his conclusion because Gatsby sincerely had compassion for other people. Fitzgerald provides numerous examples of Gatsby's true care, causing it to be quite prevalent throughout the novel. Gatsby's knowledge of how to love is a significant reason why Nick wa...
  • American Dream Gatsby Daisy Love
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    "The Destruction Of The American Dream' Essay," The Destruction Of The American Dream'? The Destruction of the American Dream? In The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the main theme is most directly related to the American Dream. The American Dream is based on the idea that any person, no matter what they are, can become successful in life by his or her hard work. The Great Gatsby is about what happened to the American Dream during the 1920? s, an era when the dream had been corrupted by th...
  • American Dream Great Gatsby
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    Great Gatsby By: Katherine The Great Gatsby, a novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, deals with the difficulty of attaining the American dream. The American dream is different for every individual, but Jay Gatsby, the main character of the novel, believes the American dream is eternal ha in ess through love. Gatsby thinks the only way for him to reach the American dream is to harness his old dreams of the past with Daisy. Gatsby exploits wealth and power to reach this goal. The novel uses love, an unusu...