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The Effectiveness of Nick's Narration in The Great Gatsby

Summary: Explores the novel, The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Debates the effectiveness of character Nick Carraway's narration of the text. Describes his honesty with himself and towards others. Reveals how it is the maturity he gains throughout the novel that makes him an effective narrator for the book.
The Great Gatsby is an impressive and unique novel, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. It is a novel that exemplifies the people's lives in the age of the 1920's and how they are associated with each other. The story is told from an effective viewpoint of the character and narrator Nick Carraway. Essentially, it is Nick's his way of illustrating the novel in a detailed/realistic manner, his honesty with himself and towards others, and finally it is his maturity the he gains throughout the novel is what makes him being revealed as an effective narrator for the book.

Importantly, Nick participates as becoming a major character in the novel, and the only one who has the power to describe the character, and events within the story in a completely realistic and a detailed manner. For instance, Nick Carraway can be...

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