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The Great Gatsby

Summary: A summary and short review of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby. Thiw novel conveys the human tendency to be self-conscious and to hide emotions by putting up a good front. Except for Nick Carraway, however, the characters possess challenging emotional problems that reveal themselves during the course of the story.
The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Nick Carraway, the typical all American Yale graduate, served in World War I and upon his return to the states moved to the east coast in hope of starting a new life. He picked up a job in New York city as a bondsman and lived in a rundown house in the West Egg section of Long Island. While visiting his relative, Daisy, who also lives in the East Egg section, he learns about his rich neighbor Jay Gatsby. Jay Gatsby, as it turns out, had met Daisy in the military. Unfortunately for Daisy, she did not want anything to do with him because at the time he lacked the wealth to attract her. After the war Gatsby spent all of his time and effort trying to procure a suitable home that was more accustomed to Daisy's likings. Unfortunately...

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