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Gatsby the Antihero
Nick the "Hero"
Gatsby's morals are far from ethical in this story. Even though he seems nice and generous, Gatsby allows many of his guests to become drunk and cause injury to some of the partygoers. He only throws these parties for one reason, never exactly involoving himself into the party.
His motive for these parties is to pursue a married woman, Daisy, whom he purposely bought the mansion he now lives in to be right across from. Daisy and her husband, Tom, themselves are no heros. Tom cheats and lies to his own wife while Daisy does the same. Tom does not leave his wife because he doesn't want to abandon the lifestyle he wants.
Out of any characters so far, Nick, is the most honest of all. Though he listens in on other's conversations and judges them. He is humble and strays from others drama and situations.
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