"The Great Gatsby" by Scott Fitzgerald.
The Great Gatsby
Throughout F. Scott Fitzgerald's, "The Great Gatsby", Nick's the narrator reassigns he loyalties as he learns more about the other characters. He starts to see them through different perspectives, and realizes who is true and who has good or bad morals. Not only do his loyalties change towards the characters, but they also change towards his own outlook on life.
When Nick Carraway first moves to West Egg, he basically despises Gatsby. He is jealous of him because of the fact that he has great wealth. Nick thinks that people with money are all rude and arrogant. Just b…
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