Houses In The Great Gatsby

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The houses of Mr. Gatsby, Nick, the Buchanans reflect on the personality of the characters that live in but also the visitors. They all live in various scenarios but somehow are still connected. They are very deceiving and complex characters with many secrets and hidden emotions. Gatsby lives in a very large house that clearly shows of his wealth. Although he is very wealthy his house and his parties also show how he doesn't care much about his wealth and has a deeper meaning for having all his items and his house. For example, “Gatsby bought that house so that Daisy would be across the bay.” (Fitzgerald, Page 63) The real reason he bought reason he bought his house was to be right across the bay from Daisy because he still loves her.
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