In this story by F. Scott Fitzgerland the characters are Jay, Nick, Daisy Buchanan, Myrtle Wilson, George Wilson, Catherine, Henry C. Gatz, Dan Cody, Ewing Kilpspringer,
Jordan, Michaelis & Meyer Wolfshien. The setting in this story is taken within the 1920 's in Washington Peninsulas and New York city.
Nick graduated from New Haven in 1905, he participated in the great war. Jay decided to go east and learn the bond business. He then rented a home in New York, he was lonely then one day helped a man find West Egg Village. Nick lived near Mr. Gatsby 's mansion, he then drove out to have dinner with Tom Buchanan, and Daisy in Chicago. Nick then spent time with Daisy, Tom, and Miss Baker. Daisy talked to Nick about the wedding and Tom and Miss Baker were in the library reading books. Miss Baker then went off to sleep, Nick and Daisy had told Tom that they heard he was engaged. Nick saw Mr. Gatsby standing on his lawn and wanted to introduce himself but didn 't. Nick and Tom drove off to a garage and met Mr. Wilson and Tom 's girl. They went off to New York and Mrs. Wilson wanted a dog for her apartment Mrs. Wilson got home and put her purchases away. Tom then stayed and drank as he read, then Cathrine arrived. Catherine sat down next to Nick and she asked him if he lived on Long Island, he then told her that he lived in West Egg. She mentioned Gatsby. They were then interrupted by Mrs. McKnee. Nick looked around and saw all the married couples not standing each other. Myrtle told Nick the story when she met Tom. Tom and Mrs.Wilson discussed in impassioned voices weather Mrs. Wilson had any right to mention Daisy 's name she shouted Daisy as Tom broke her nose with his hand. Nick and Mr. McKnee spoke about ha...
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...ick that he had told him the truth. Nick wondered if he had drop the car the day Mrs. Wilson was killed. Nick went off to the beach and played on the sandy shore.
Review: The Great Gatsby is a great novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald, his characters are well drawn, and the plot of the story is engaged and fast paced. Jay Gatsby always throws party’s at his mansion in Long Island, New York. Gatsby intention in the book was to be with Daisy as he threw party’s and he wanted to impress her by his Luxury house and car. Mrs. Wilson then was killed and Mr. Wilson thinks Tom knows who did it and threatens his to say what he know, Tom tells him that Gatsby hit her with his car and Gatsby later is found dead in his pool, Mr. Wilson is seen at his home and the one held responsible is vague.
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