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  • Reliable vs Unreliable
  • I never judge others!
  • Reliable vs Unreliable 
  • Why am I here?
  • Reliable vs Unreliable 
  • I am an honest person!
  • In the beginning of the book, Nick says that he's "inclined to reserve all judgments" (Fitzgerald 1). This is important because Nick has judged others, therefore not telling the reader the truth. That makes him an unreliable narrator. 
  • In chapter two, Nick goes with Tom to meet Tom's mistress. When they are at Tom and Myrtle's apartment, Nick tells the reader that he has "only been drunk two times in my life" (Fitzgerald 29). This again shows the reader that Nick is an unreliable narrator. 
  • In the next chapter, Nick tells the reader that "I am one of the few honest people that I have ever known" (Fitzgerald 59). This again is important because it tells the reader that he is unreliable. At this point in the book, he has yet to show the reader that he can be reliable. 
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