Compare And Contrast The Great Gatsby And The Movie

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The Great Gatsby is a classic story that started as a book and has been made into four different movies that all have different adaptations, although how much do the characters truly differ in these variations. I have observed, the book, the 1974 movie, and 2013 movie for the reason that these seem to be considered the utmost popular. While reading and watching these, I have noticed that the characters don’t differ that much, nevertheless how each version differs tends to focus on different characters in greater amounts than others. In the book, it seems to focus the greatest amount on Nick, Gatsby, and Daisy, whereas in the 1974 version it focuses deeper about Gatsby, Daisy, and Tom, and in the 2013 version it focuses on Nick, Gatsby, Daisy, and Tom. Consequently, what all of these seem to have in common is that Gatsby and Daisy always seem to catch the spotlight. Now, let 's take a glance at how they are portrayed, starting with Nick Carraway. Nick Carraway is the narrator of the book and movies, so we see everything from his perspective. Throughout the course of the book he is 29 and at the end he had just turned 30. Originally being from Chicago, and in 1922 he traveled to NYC to learn about the bond business. Moving into a nice little cottage in West Egg district, Long Island, next door to Gatsby’s mansion and right across the bay from East Egg, which is said to be the rich side of the island. Daisy Buchanan is Nick’s cousin and he takes part of helping Daisy

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