Examples Of Isolationism In The Great Gatsby

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Isolation There are a few lonely characters in The Great Gatsby, the first being Jordan Baker who tells the narrator Nick Carraway that she prefers larger over smaller parties because she believes they are more intimate. The next being Nick Carraway who feels as if he just doesn't fit in with the rich crowd.

The marriages that we see in The Great Gatsby are not full of your stereotypical thoughts of marriage like love or loyalty. The only marriages that are shown to us are filled with adultery and disatisfaction.

In the time era of The Great Gatsby being educated was very important to be apart of the social elite. The majority of the characters are well educated you can tell this by their dialogue and speech.
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