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The Great Gatsby is a novel that is about the rich people of the roaring twentiesand in particularly about a man named Gatsby in search of the American dreamThe story starts out with the narrator Nick Carraway moving from the westChicago to a New York suburb called West Egg His is trying to become a successfulbond salesman Just across the bay is where his cousin Daisy Buchanan and her husbandTom Buchanan live But right next door is where the main character Jay Gatsby lives in ahuge house where every weekend he holds an enormous partyIn the beginning Nick goes to the Buchanan mansion There he meats JordanBakera pro golfer and he also learns that Tom is having an affairNext Nick and Tom go to The garage where Tom tells Myrtle to be on the nexttrain They picked her up at the station in New York and as they are driving to theapartment Tom has rented for the affair Myrtle buys a dog The go to the apartment andhave a little party and Tom and Myrtle get in a fight and Tom breaks her noseNext Nick is invited to Gatsbys party there he hears many rumors about Gatsby Then at almost the end of the party Nick finally meets Gatsby and he learns a little abouthim That hes an Oxford man and that he inherited his fortune from his family At theend of their conversation they set up a lunch date for the following dayAt the lunch date Gatsby introduces Nick to another important character namedMeyer Wolfsheim whom is the man that rigged the 1919 World Series Nick also seesNext Nick talks to Jordan and finds out about Gatsby and Daisy and Daisy asksNick to set up a meeting between Gatsby and Daisy for Gatsby He agree and he sets upthe meeting at his house Daisy comes over and Gatsby is there and the ketch up a littleand Gatsby invites Nick and Daisy to his house
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