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Some peoples lives are prosaic until they make a contemporary change In the Great Gatsby three round characters changed Maybe the changes in these three characters were not very pristine but they were in some little way The structure cadence and style were intrinsic Jay Gatsby or James Gatz as previously known was a round character who changed but then again did not Gastby partially changed his life style for Daisy He wanted her back in his life and he wanted her to be happy He couldnt change though could he He created the life style he lived It was his dream world Daisy was unfortunately pulled into Gatsbys dream world His new money compared to her old money He also couldnt change his love for her The cadence in the writing of this book was very undulated It was so undulated that you had to read Gatsbys character description a few times He smiled understandingly much more than understandingly It was one of those rare smiles with a quality of eternal reassurance in it which you may come across four or five times in life Precisely at that point it vanished and I was looking at an elegant young rough-neck a year or two over thirty whose elaborate formality of speech just missing being absurd said Nick Gatsby was not described in any way as being supercilious But yet one would think if he had all this money then why wouldnt he be Well Scott Fitzgerald already had a few characters picked out for the roles of the supercilious snob Fitzgerald made Gatsby a very urbane man Nick the veritable character in this story had his own beliefs Yes maybe he grew up in a rich family but he still had morals His morals were shown throughout the story In the story he became vulnerable to Daisy Jordan Gatsby and Tom Nick had problems saying no to people
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