The Great Gatsby Chapter 9 Analysis

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In the very beginning of the novel, the narrator, Nick Carraway introduces this quote as he speculates upon the nature of Gatsby: is talked about greatly throughout the novel and it is symbolic of the of all that it confronts; I think it portrays the ethical foolishness of the wealthy Americans of the 1920s Jazz Age; an irresponsibility that is sure to wreck the passionate visions of Mr. Gatsby. The line, applies to the completion of The Great Gatsby and how heavily it affected Nick Carraway. In chapter 9 Nick talks about why he moved away after the burial of Gatsby At the end of the novel, Nick is no longer competent of separating Long Island from his recollections of the undesirable people residing there. There was no one, except for Nick
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