Examples Of Protagonists In The Great Gatsby

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The protagonists in this book are Nick, Gatsby and Daisy. Since Nick is the one narrating Gatsby’s story and everyone else, such as Gatsby’s love for Daisy and all kind of obstacles they had to go through, is an example. In the book, the antagonists were Tom Buchanam, because he realised that Daisy (his wife) and Gatsby had an affair behind his back. And in the end of the novel, there was another minor antagonist which is Myrtle 's husband Wilson, who shot Gatsby to death and afterwards himself. Tom’s treats everyone badly and the cause of it is because he’s arrogant and aggressive. He even treats Myrtle badly whom he had a secret affair with. But the biggest conflict or rather said hatred Tom ever had, was when he got to know about Gatsby’s and Daisy’s secret…show more content…
Nick’s Father to Nick (Quote) “Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone,” he told me, “just remember that all the people in this world haven’t had the advantages that you’ve had.” The language in this quote has no dialects nor slang, and I can’t really say that this is formal since it’s a dialogue from father to son. But otherwise in the book there’s lots of descriptions of the weather, environment and the petty things. Quote from Nick “Reserving judgments is a matter of infinite hope.” As earlier, there’s no slang or dialects in this quote. And this is somehow formal so to say, since Nick isn’t subjective and it’s rather more that he’s objective when he says this. But instead for using anymore quotes (Couldn’t find anymore that was good to use so I’ll just write my opinions that I’ve had about the language in the book) The author in this book uses imagery and reflection, as well descriptions, a symbolism over stuff. And a little bit of satire in The Great Gatsby. And as we get to know about Nick that he’s the narrator of this book but not only is he the narrator. He’s a first person narrator so not only is this book full of imagery and reflection, by having Nick explaining about the
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