Excerpt From The Great Gatsby

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An Excerpt from the Autobiography of Jay Gatsby
In the summer of 1922, I was planning to have a party in my mansion. I had decided to invite everyone from West Egg and East Egg to the party. Everyone was welcomed and many guests that I had never met showed up. When guests came to the party, they wondered over my Rolls-Royce, swimming pool, a live orchestra, and buffet tents in the garden. I didn’t care for their behavior and didn’t mind if they spent their time drinking. I just stood upstairs watching them and looking for my love, Daisy. I always searched to see if she was in attendance at the parties. I couldn’t resist the obsession of finding Daisy. I was no longer that poor young man. Now I could claim I came from a wealthy family and I
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