money, power and materialism. Nick Carraway and Jordan Baker attend a party at Gatsbys mansion. Daisy invites Gatsby, Nick and Jordan to lunch at her house. The use of illegal activities to gain Gatsbys wealth is alluded to in the book; this shows the extent of how the American Dream circumvented the moral revulsion and pushed people who were crazy about money into crime driving the moral standing of wealthier citizens. Of Gatsbys main confidants, anthropormorphism in Children only Meyer Wolfsheim shows a modicum of regret, and few attend the funeral. From the position as narrator the reader has access to the thoughts and feelings of Nick Carraway more than any other characters; but this same position also reduces the effectiveness of the reader as a judge of character because he is presented in a biased.
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It is soon revealed that Tom is having an affair with a woman in the city. During this time, Nick and Jordan begin a half-hearted romance, spending time together occasionally while often losing sight of one another. However, national Semi - Conductor Case the narrator is Nick Carraway, a young mid-westerner from a prominent family who came to New York to enter the bond business. Supposedly she married George because she thought he was a gentleman, something that the social elite traditionally value; though only if he is also rich enough to belong there in the first place. When Nick sees the Buchanans there, Gatsby mysteriously avoids them. The moral decadence and carelessness of the American dream is also illustrates accurately in Daisy in the situation of the killing of Myrtle and her abandonment of Gatsby just before and after his death.