A good deal of the novel’s true genius rests in the character descriptions.
For the most, they are not pleasant or sympathetic.
He doesn’t like his real name as representative of the old Jimmy and believes he must sacrifice truth [his name] in order to create a more positive image, one that exudes success and “self-assurance” (Bloom 75).
It is a superficial adjustment, since a name is only that and it is what a person does that matters, or should matter to anyone who meets him, whether in business or socially.
The qualities possessed by Jay make him undergo different events until his down fall.
He is a noble man because he is surrounded by lies and deceptions.The Great Gatsby In writing a work of literature, of different materials develop characters that help them to present their themes to readers so that they can speak to them.Although introduced late in the story, the character Gatsby in the Francis Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby has made a lot of contribution and the story ends to revolve around him.To convey the validity of the American Dream, Fitzgerald presents them as the type of people likely to use others and put wealth and superficial qualities above all else.With specific emphasis on descriptive phrases, the corruption of money, and valueless relationships, this essay traces Fitzgerald’s use of characterization throughout the Great Gatsby.Another quality that makes Jay a noble man is that he posses the qualities of morality.Jay is seen as a tragic hero because he posses the quality of a......In an argument by Gross the relationships in the text are set to explain and highlight the human nature effect on relationships (36).Additionally, the themes in the novel are all based on how people create and survive in relationship.Nick lives in West Egg, a fictional suburb of New York City, in a home that is apparently more than adequate to his needs, although he tends to disparage it, as it is not located in a fashionable area. The Vapidity of the American Dream: Characterization in F.Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby Introduction Fitzgerald’s seminal work, The Great Gatsby, offers insights into the use of literary devices in combination with brilliant narrative development.