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The Great Gatsby: Jay's Firm Grip on His Reality

Summary: This essay examines F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. It takes two choices of the title character, Jay Gatsby, and examines not only what motivates his choices, but what Nick Carraway thinks of Gatsby's choices.
In The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the title character, Jay Gatsby is a mysterious and aloof character. His history is revealed in the book quite well and gives the reader and characters a good insight to who Jay Gatsby is, and where he came from. Gatsby tells the story of how he went from the ordinary James Gatz to the extraordinary Jay Gatsby through determination and good luck. A main reason why Gatsby was able to transform his life and change his destiny was from conscious decisions that he made in order to alter his life. Nick Carraway, as the narrator of the novel, has an opinion on the decisions that Gatsby makes in his life, and expresses this view to the reader. Nick's views sometimes coincide with Gatsby's, and at other times, he does not quite understand why...

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