The Great Gatsby : Nick Carraway’s Perception

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May 18, 2016

 

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Nick also states in his opening remarks that, while in the East, he experiences many “riotous excursions” (6) and wishes the world exist in a “moral attention” (6). Nick desires to return to the West after spending only a summer in the East because he cannot conform to the lack of a moral center he adapted to in the West...
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Nick desires to return to the West after spending only a summer in the East because he cannot conform to the lack of a moral center he adapted to in the West. Fitzgerald intentionally conveys to the reader this perception of the West compared to the East in the beginning of the novel in order for the reader to immediately recognize Fitzgerald’s theme and how he will utilize Nick as a medium for this view...
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