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The Real James Gatz

Summary: A character analysis of Jay Gatsby from the novel "The Great Gatsby" written by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
A secret is defined as something that remains beyond understanding or explanation such as a mystery. At times, secrets can be a burden on a person to be kept and a temptation to be revealed. For a person keeping a secret, each decision brings dangerous consequences that can affect the bearer's life in a meaningful way. This statement becomes evident in the novel The Great Gatsby written by F. Scott Fitzgerald. In the novel, Gatsby has amassed a vast fortune in order to win the affection of Daisy Buchanan, but his surreptitious past stands in the way of him being accepted by her. The novel is narrated in both first and third person view. The novel's narrator is a young guy from Minnesota named Nick Carraway. After being educated at Yale and fighting in World War I, Nick decides to go to New York City to...

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