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Great Gatsby Analysis

Summary: Discusses the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic novel, The Great Gatsby. Explores the significance of the novel's title details why the title should not be called that for three main reasons.
There are many reasons why I do not agree with the title of "The Great Gatsby." In my mind I think that the author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, named the book "The Great Gatsby" to make us believe that Gatsby was a great person before we even picked up the book to read. The following reasons are why I do not think it is the best title for this book.

The first reason the book should not be called "The Great Gatsby" is because Gatsby was not great at all. As a matter of fact, he didn't have many friends. His only good friend was Nick, who in the beginning of the book didn't like Gatsby. He changed his ways towards the end of the book when Nick told Gatsby: "They're a rotten crowd, you're worth the whole damn bunch put together." This shows that Nick was Gatsby's...

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