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Throughout his life Nick Carraway one of the main characters of The Great Gastby written by F Scott Fitzgerald always remembers his fathers words about criticize just remember that all the people in this world havent had the advantages that youve had p5 Nick always tried to follow this advice by tolerating peoples actions Moreover as the story continues he experiences a moral growth by making constructive judgements that instead of hurting people helps him to realize the world that he is living inHuman beings are always tend to criticize people about their actions without really knowing what is going on trough the life of a person Which is the reason why Nick never likes to judge anyone Nick goes with Tom to New York but before this both of them go to the village of ashes where Tom says I want you to meet my girl p28 referring to Myrtle Wilson his lover Nick never objects or agrees with his cousins husband having an affair with Myrtle It doesnt mean that Daisy wasnt important to him but his habit of not criticizing leads him to tolerate this situation Moreover the conceal personality of Nick guides him to keep quite When Nick Tom and Daisy arrived to New York Nick is invited by them to a small party in which at the end the constant repetition of f Daisys name by Myrtle leads to Making a short deft movement Tom Buchanan broke her nose with his open hand p41 Even though this was a bad action a show off again Nick keeps quite without saying any word The corruption of the American dream is increasing constantly which is ignored by Nick since hes not able to think beyond of what he sees The abstinence of discuss about anything makes Nick a coward and carelessness person since he doesnt want to confront the realityThe environment around Nick in East Egg helps him to become a
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