The Great Gatsby Chapter 6 Analysis

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Chapter six of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald opens with a reporter arriving at the front door of Jay Gatsby 's estate. After a short discussion about the backstory of the mysterious self-made millionaire, the reporter departs. This causes Gatsby to unload his true backstory upon Nick, explaining that he was poor for most of his life and made money through embezzlement. In chapter seven, Gatsby decides to cancel all future parties and to fire his servants. Later in the chapter, he meets Daisy’s child, Pammy, for the first time, and is shocked by the realization that Daisy truly had made a life for herself. Bothered by the intense summer heat, Jordan, Tom, Daisy, Gatsby, and Nick all decide to rent a hotel suite in downtown New York
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