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Ministry of EducationCaribbean International SchoolLanguage ArtsThe Great GatsbyRoshni Nagrani12th-AFebruary 21 2014The Great Gatsby The Great Gatsby is a book written by F Scott Fitzgerald published in 1925 that has become an American classic and a wonderful work This story is based on Jay Gatsby a self-made millionaire thats crazy for a woman that he had lost five years back named Daisy Buchanan Gatsby gets to see his love with the help of Nick Carraway When Gatsby meets with Daisy awful events start to happen Gatsby did everything possible to get Daisy back but at the end he didnt get anything The story takes place in New York and West EggGatsby lived in West Egg located in Long Island where he used to arrangeparties and most of the people used to come even though they werent invited Gatsbys mansion was had a marble swimming pool forty acres of lawn a library full of books and more with a dozen of workers Beside Gatsby used to live Nick Carraway known as Daisys cousin whom likes to live beside Gatsby because he could see the beautiful view just for eighty dollars West Egg gets its name because it has enormous eggs separated by a courtesy bay with a body of salt water in the Western hemisphere In New York people just use to think which party to go at night such as the occasion when Tom Buchanan invited Nick to give him company in order to party with his another girl called Myrtle Wilson They go to party at Myrtles sister known as Catherine white cake apartment house that has small living-room small- dining room a small bedroom a bath and large tapestried furniture Even though the party was good but there was no privacy due to the spaceJay Gatsby considered one the main characters of the story was the son of some wealthy family in Middle West He was brought
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