How Does Nick Carraway Change In The Great Gatsby

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..he or she views his or her life. A major events like death of a loved one or a small incident like a night in jail can cause new meaning on how to live life. In a classical tale called, The Great Gatsby, written by F. Scott Fitzgerald, the narrator, Nick Carraway experiences some life changing events in his summer spent in West Egg, Long Island in 1922. In that summer Nick meets Jay Gatsby, a wealthy young man, who shares a part of his soul and heart with Nick as he tries to reclaim his long awaited love, Daisy. As Nick sees Gatsby's dreams unraveling he changes his perspective on Gatsby, Tom and Daisy, and the lifestyle of the East, ultimately changing himself. Nick, while disliking Gatsby, views Gatsby as a symbol of greatness by the
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