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The Great Gatsby Character Analysis

Summary: A character analysis of the book "The Great Gatsby" By F. Scott Fitzgerald.
When you think of a narrator people usually think someone who tells a story, giving an account or description of the happenings of a book. Traditionally the narrator is usually outside of the story but in the book The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Nick Carraway is the narrator but is also much more than that. In the novel Nick is an active member of the story, so active that I would consider him to only second in importance to the main character Jay Gatsby. This novel takes a very different approach to character development by being the narrator. It was very interesting having one of the main characters acting as the narrator but the fact that he was the only character to go through any kind of change in the story. I feel that he is the one who really makes the novel...

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