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Characterization in The Great Gatsby

Summary: Discusses the novel The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Describes Fitzgerald's characterization of Myrtle and Nick.
The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald has many characterization view points, but Myrtle, who is one of the main characters, has rare lifestyle. Nick Carraway grew up in the Midwestern United States and went to school at Yale University. After this, he was stationed in France during World War I. Returning home after travelling a great deal, he is discontent and decides to move to the East. Jay Gatsby is a wealthy neighbor living next door in a mansion where he holds many weekend parties. His name is mentioned while Nick is visiting a relative, Daisy, living in the East Egg section on the other side of Long Island with her millionaire husband, Tom Buchanan. Gatsby and Daisy met in the past and Gatsby is in love with her but then he wasn't so wealthy so he spent years trying to be. Wilson and...

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