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Analysis of the Antagonists

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the Antagonists in "The Great Gatsby."

In a novel where there is no antagonist that comes to light initially, it is necessary to dig deeper into the story to realize that no one person can be classified as an antagonist for all characters possess an impressive apathy and indifference towards harming each other. In The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, all characters come through as selfish and self-worshipped egotisticals except for Nick, the narrator, who is definitely the only ray of morality in the story. Tom, Jay Gatsby and Daisy seem to each have a goal in life and they are not willing to stop at anything to accomplish it, never looking back at who they trample upon. At the same time there are the minor characters like Mr. and Mrs. Wilson who seem to be unlucky enough to be on the tramplers" path.

Tom is considered the almost obvious...

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