The Great Gatsby Analysis

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In the novel The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jay Gatsby is a poor man at heart despite how wealthy he is. Gatsby was and forever will be in love with Daisy Buchanan, the love he had for her is very, very strong, Daisy was his long lost sweetheart. Gatsby is a man with wealthy, serious, and always threw the best lavish parties that everybody goes to. The story of this novel reveals the true ‘Jay Gatsby’ and the closer Gatsby and Nick are the more Gatsby opened up about who he really is. Jay Gatsby is the most impacted people in this novel. Gatsby tells Nick about his past and who he really is, Daisy reunites with Gatsby is by far a very intense moment in the novel. These events impacted Gatsby and changed him as a person. Gatsby tells Nick about his past, he did told Nick that he changed his name and how he did not grow up wealthy; he was born on a Dakota farm and his family was poor. Dan Cody became his mentor and best friend. Gatsby told Nick that he was from the Middle West and that he was born into a wealthy family and said he was from San Francisco, and that also he went to Oxford. “ ‘I am the son of some wealthy people in the middle-west--all dead now. I was brought up in America, but educated at Oxford because all my ancestors have been educated there for many years. It is a family tradition.’ ” (Fitzgerald, 69) However, Gatsby was telling Nick lies about his past he never was born into the wealth, he was lying and Jordan told Nick that she didn 't
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