The Grate Gatsby
By s501511, Updated
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How others view Gatsby
How Gatsby views himself
How I view Gatsby
In the Book, Gatsby was viewed as a powerful, high status man, and whom people wanted to be seen around with. "It was Gatsby's Mansion"(5)
Gatsby sees himself as insecure, and his own fears concur him so he needs money to compensate. "An hour later the front door opened nervously, and Gatsby, in a white flannel suit, silver shirt, and gold−colored tie, hurried in. " (76)
In my opinion, Gatsby is just lost and has to set his priorities straight,
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