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The Great Gatsby from Nick's Viewpoint

Summary: An overview of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby from the point of view of the charecter Nick Carraway. Nick is trustworthy as the narrator of the story because of his tolerance, openmindedness, and ability to listen.
Sir Walter Scott once said, "I cannot tell how the truth may be; I say the tale as `twas said to me" (worldofquotes.com). Nick Carraway the narrator in The Great Gatsby might not always tell the truth of the story but certainly tells how it was told to him. Nick tells the story about Jay Gatsby a wealthy man who lives in a mansion in West Egg. Gatsby is an idealist whose insatiable dream is to be with Daisy Buchanan cousin of Nick. The problem is Daisy is married to Tom Buchanan an arrogant man who is having an affair with a woman named Myrtle Wilson. In the novel The Great Gatsby written by F. Scott Fitzgerald Nick is tolerant, open-minded, and a good listener which as a result makes him a trustworthy narrator.

Nick was taught in his younger years by his...

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