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The Great Gatsby is my all-time favorite book I enjoyed reading this book in high school This book has very strong characters that make the book so interesting and attractive There are three main elements of this story that really caught my attention and made me fall in love with it as soon as I started reading it The story is fairly simple to understand and gasp Its all about one guy Jay Gatsby who longs for the love of Daisy Buchanan his former loverIn the story there are three main elements that carry own the story The story is set up around four main characters that impact the story in their own There are many symbols throughout the story that play a strong role which also aids the stories connections with the characters The setting is significant as well because the setting gives us a background and also builds mental pictures of the 1920s and the glamorous life style of the charactersThe main character Jay Gatsby is a wealthy socialite that holds elaborate parties at his wonderful house hoping one specific person attends Nick Caraway is Gatsbys neighbor who has just moved from the Midwest to the East coast and Caraway tells the story from his point of view Daisy Buchanan is the one guest Gatsby hopes would attend one of his parties she is his former lover who he left because he felt we wasnt up to her level Lastly Tom Buchanan is Daisys current lover who is controlling and also is a cheater Jay Gatsby grew up poor and came into wealth in an presentable way His whole goal in the story is to earn Daisy back so they can live happily together just like they were when they were younger Nick Caraway is the cousin of Daisy but he becomes very faun of Gatsby He reunites Daisy and Jay at his house one day and from that day Gatsby holds Nick
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