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In The First Three Chapters Of “The Great Gatsby” How Does F. Scott Fitzgerald Introduce His Readers To The Character Of Gatsby?

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August 7, 2012

 

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This describes the man as rich-- after all, it is not normal for ordinary gentleman to own ‘colossal’ houses-- and also as a little fake, due to the fact that his mansion is not really a Hotel de Ville in Normandy, but an imitation. This also adds to the illusionist aspect of Gatsby. There is certainly an air of magic around the character, notable fairly near the beginning of the book, when Nick is observing the various parties that Gatsby holds in his massive palace of a house...
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‘In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars’ sets the scene of the mansion as magical. His parties are described like a magician’s show with ‘ floating rounds of cocktails’ ‘swirls and eddies’ and ‘out of nowhere’...
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