West Egg In The Great Gatsby By F. Scott Fitzgerald

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From realistic fiction books to fantasy books, my favorite book was The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Long Island was split into two world, West Egg, which was the domicile of those rich through hard work, and East Egg, where the residents were rich by inheritance. In the realistic fiction book, West Egg was home to Jay Gatsby, who made his fortune through selling liquor, which was illegal. West Egg also was home to one of the less fashionable fellows of Long Island, Nick Carraway. Nick Carraway did not live in house imitations of Hôtel de Ville of Normandy, Nick settled for what he could afford, a home on the Sound for $80.00 a month. East Egg was the residence of the Buchanan’s, Daisy, and Tom, and temporarily Jordan Baker,
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