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Top of FormIn the novel The Great Gatsby Jay Gatsby born as James Gatz is one of the most interesting and memorable male in fictional literature Through the novel of The Great Gatsby Mr Gatsby became very adjoined to Nick Carraway Once Jay finds out that Nick was Daisy cousin Jay kind of swindled Nick of a friendship Jay Gatsby showed feigning toward Nick through the novel by acting as Jay was concerned about Nick personal life Although the only commodity Jay was concern about was to for-see Daisy again to win Daisy back For instance Jay told Nick many falsehoods just to have an opportunity to envisage Daisy As soon as Jay ferry the opportunity to be alone with Daisy Jay fell in love with Daisy all over again Although Nick seems too noticed that Jay was feigning towards their friendship just for Jay to meet Daisy again Nick never said anything about the situation Even though in the novel The Great Gatsby Jay continued to manipulate Nick just wanted to for-see Daisy Although it seemed that Nick knew what Jay was doing the whole time Nick continued to have a friendship with Jay as Jay feigned through their friendship Not only Jay was feigning Nick was too towards Tom and Daisy relationship Although Nick stop is reserving judgment as illustrated in the Nicks moral indictment of Tom and Daisy Buchanan I couldnt forgive him or like him but I saw that what he had done was to him entirely justified It was all very careless and confused They were careless people Tom and Daisythey smashed up things and creatures and then retreated back into their money or their vast carelessness or whatever it was that kept them together and let other people clean up the mess they had made Although Nick stops the judgment of Daisy and Tom Jay Gatsby continued to
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