Mattew Cubbard In 'The Great Gatsby'

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Mattew Cubbard is very shy, polite and dependent man. Mattew is described as attractive and polit man who is too timid to make independent choices at the important moments. Mattew Cubbard’s biggest personality expressed through the second chapter of the book is intimidated and shy: “this stray woman-child of whom shy Matthew Cuthbert was so ludicrously afraid.” This quote is from when Mattew finally stand infront of little girl who is supposed to be a boy. The diction narrator used in this quote clearfies the characterastics of Mattew Cubbard. He was afraid of little girl, because he was so shy. As shy as he is, Mattew is also polite. At the very begining of the second chapter narrator imformes that Mattew feels uncomfortable communicating with female being.

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