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He carries the fascination and wonder of all mankind, yet his failure to pursue a dream is unnerving. Nick never wielded the key to fulfillment. As a friend to Gatsby and the reader, Nick exists at the center of the novel’s relatability. Kent Cartwright—in his 1984 essay on the unreliability of Nick Carraway—exp... ... middle of paper ... ...he true beliefs of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Nick’s flawed narration exists to dispose those rumors but expose some harsher truths.
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