Who Is Gatsby Crazy

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During Gatsby’s party, Nick meets lots of curious people, he meets drunks, social butterflies, antisocials, and most importantly he meets Jay Gatsby himself. Gatsby’s party was crazy, Nick describes the party starting with how Gatsby’s “Rolls Royce became an omnibus” and on weekends it brought party guests “to and from the city between nine in the morning and long past midnight.” (39) Gatsby’s eight servants had to work extra time on Monday’s just to clean up after the crazy ragers from the day before. Caterers arrived with oodles of canvas and “enough colored lights to make a Christmas tree of Gatsby’s enormous garden.” (40) Fanciful food was prepared and guests arrived. Gatsby’s house quickly fills up with “chatter and laughter” by people…show more content…
They walked around to many rooms and eventually found an important looking door so they decided to try it, behind these doors they found a man that was definitely not Gatsby, this man was more drunk than any other person there and was dumbfounded that there were actual books in this library and that the books were real not just cardboard. This gives a deeper look at the social classes, he truly thought these books were fake, so there must’ve been people that faked their wealth, their life was all on the surface so that the people coming over would think they had the real American Dream but really no one had the American Dream. Jordan and Nick quickly left and Nick was now drunk. He soon met a man that had served the Third Division along with Nick in the war, the man invited Nick to go on his new hydroplane in the morning and after more conversing the man realized Nick didn’t know who he was, he then introduced himself, “I’m Gatsby” he abruptly said to Nick to which he quickly apologized but Gatsby true to form “smiled understandingly-much more than understandingly.” (48) Gatsby quickly had to leave to for a call from Chicago but before he left, he made sure to let Nick know that “If you want anything just ask for it, old sport,” (48) and excused himself. That’s when Nick’s curiosity is heightened about Gatsby, he asks many questions to Jordan but to no
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