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The Great Gatsby In today society many people like to follow the current They want to catch the wave Which mean it does not matter if things were good or bad right or wrong they just follow and do them without any thinking Therefore there are not too many people would like to be a normal thoughtful nor neutral person However in the novel The Great Gatsby by Scott Fitzgerald one of the character name is Nike Carroway he was the good and neutral narrator It was because in the novel he analyzed all of the things with regard to accuracy of observation In The Great Gatsby when MrGatsby told Vick he wanted to return the past over again with his lover- Daisy Nike Carroway warned him to give it up because it was impossible Unforturately MrGatsby was not believe it So at the end MrGatsbys dream still had not came true because Daisy did not break up with Tom and go with him It can be seen in the last chapter on the novel when Gatsby was murder Daisy went to somewhere else with her husband and did not go to Gatsbys funeray I called up Daisy half and hour after we found him called her instinctively and without hersitation But she and Tom had gone away early that afternoon and taken baggage with them Therefore Nike Carroways analysis was right by these clear observation However Nike Carroway is a good narrator he sees everything happen and does not trust everybody easily So during the people discuss about something at a time he does not believe it is true After he proves it he will accept the truth Moreover when Nike went to Gatsbys party there is a drunk lady telling everyone Gatsby killed a man before Somebody told me they thought he killed a man once Also there is one more lady said that Gatsby was a German spy It is more that
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