Narrative in "The Great Gatsby" - Essay Question: How Is Nick and Ineffective or Effective Narrator in "The Great Gatsby"
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In The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald uses the well situated, tolerant and open-minded narrator, Nick Caraway to effectively narrate the story of the morally decaying society in the 1920's Jazz age.
Fitzgerald opens the novel by introducing the reader to the narrator, Nick Caraway. Nick has recently moved away from his exhausted and bitter experience in the East and is now telling his story through the filter of time. Nick is recounting these distant events by way of memory, making it essential that the reader trusts his knowledge of these past events, seeing how time can disfigure recollection…
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