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Psychological evaluation Toady a new patient came in named Nick Carraway Carraway is a struggling bond salesman that just moved next to that big place on the island Gatsbys place He seems to like his new home but he often talks about how the homesickness he feels is relating back to his fathers conduct Reserving judgments is a matter of infinite hope I am still a little afraid of missing something if I forget that as my father snobbishly suggested and I snobbishly repeat a sense of fundamental decencies is parceled out unequally at birthFitzgerald 6 It kind of struck me how Carraways attitude could be shaped by a simple code of conduct He began to talk about how this person eluded some moral standards I wanted to no more riotous excursions with privileged glimpses into the human heart Only Gastby was exempt from my reaction6 He said that he gave this a reason because Gatsby was basically everything Carraway hoped to be I thought a while before I gave my reply I explained to him that life was about how rich a man was in experience not how much material he has He kind of shrugged it off like it was a cheap psychiatrist line The more he told me about Gastby it seemed the more he felt he needed to emulate him He then began to talk of a Mr Tom Buchannan Tom was not to Carraways liking He seemed harsh and too masculine to have any relation in Nicks life Nick is simple innocent and he is just starting out From what he has told me about him Tom seems to be a bigot of sorts not to fond of Nicks existence in this side of town at all How does tom fit in to all this I asked myself Tom is Daisys husband Daisy is Nicks cousin Kind of confusing eh Carraway started to finish up the session with a
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