Analysis Of The Book ' The Great Gatsby ' By F. Scott Fitzgerald
Some things seem so unreachable even though they are just across the bay. Nick Carraway moves to West egg village next to very wealthy neighbors he has not yet met, but one of his neighbors is Mr. Gatsby. He goes to Daisy and Tom Buchanan’s house for dinner where he is told that “Tom’s got some women in New York.” (15). Nick leaves dinner and is disgusted that people as rich as Tom, Daisy, and Miss Baker were gossiping he even says “my own instinct was to telephone immediately for the police.” (16) when he heard about Tom’s women in New york. But Tom’s and Daisy’s interest in a rumor about him made him think of them as less rich he even says “Their interest rather touched me and made them less remotely rich-nevertheless, I was confused and a little disgusted as I drove away.” (20). When Nick gets home he sees Mr. Gatsby out on a dock reaching out towards a green light across the bay. In the morning Tom then takes Nick to New York where they get off the train and tom tells Nick “I want you to met my girl.” (24), they go to George Wilson’s repair garage; Nick meets Tom’s women in New York, Myrtle Wilson. Tom tells her ““I want to see you,” said Tom intently. “Get on the next train.”” (26) so they then go to an apartment and party, and Nick says “I have been drunk just twice in my life, and the second time was just that afternoon;” (29).Why does Nick hang out with the rich when they disgust him?
We are introduced to Daisy and Tom. Daisy…