Nick's Personality In The Great Gatsby

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After his meeting with Gatsby, Nick had an urge to recall this person he just met. In his response to the meet, Nick produces a passage describing his view of Gatsby’s personality. Ironically, Nick is judging someone else’s personality in this passage when he explains earlier that, “(he is) inclined to reserve all judgments.” Why is he not realizing that he is judging Gatsby, contridicting what he mentioned earlier? This shows that something about Gatsby catches his eyes. Also, in the passage, Nick uses many phrases to describe Gatsby that expresses his emotions. For instance, Nick characterizes his feelings for Gatsby who represents, “an unaffected scorn” which deals with everything Nick dislikes. As seen earlier in the passage, Nick
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