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The signifigance of the title in the Great Gatsby by Fitzgerald.
As the narrator and therefore the authoritative "namer" of the Great Gatsby, Nick attempts to rectify Gatsby's image; he urges the reader to ignore Gatsby's social status and see him for the "great" man Nick wants him to be. But, Gatsby is a tragic figure stuck in the middle of two worlds. Gatsby's lack of familial ties and his apparent economic success alienate from the lower class to which he used to belong. This is also true of the members of the upper class who use Gatsby as a form of entertainment but nothing else: "... but no one swooned backward on Gatsby and no French bob touched G…
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