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The book The Great Gatsby by Fitzgerald is a very thought provoking book Throughout this book Gatsby is the center of attention Everyone is always talking about Gatsby and no one ever really knew his life story but it never stopped them from talking about him Just like anyone Gatsby had his faults but in the end he is great Gatsby is great because of his generosity He throws big parties and everyone is invited It didnt matter if they knew him or not they still came He always makes sure everyone is enjoying himself or herself For instance as Lucille tells Jordan I like to come I never care what I do so I always have a good time When I was here last I tore my gown on a chair and he asked me my name and address-inside of a week I got a package from Croiriers with a new evening gown in it 47 Gatsby does everything possible to make people feel comfortable The next thing that makes him so great is his wealth Although Gatsby was wealthy he never let his money go to his head He was not always wealthy He had inherited his money but then lost it all After he lost his money he then worked for it Gatsby also treats everyone with respect For example when Nick wants to know who Meyer Wolfshiem is Gatsby choose to speak of him highly Gatsby complemented him by saying Hes the man who fixed the Worlds Series back in 1919 78 No matter the circumstances he didnt want to make anyone look bad Lastly Gatsby is great due to his commitment to Daisy He sends her flowers and does anything and everything to make her happy Gatsby even keeps their meetings a secret as respect towards her He told Nick of their meetings but fired his servants to keep rumors rare Gatsby even kept quiet when Daisy ran over Myrtle
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