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he lives in the west not the east Edit: In the novel, Gatsby claims to come from the Mid West, an area of moral uprightedness in The Great Gatsby, but when pressed for spec…fics, he promptly says he is from San Franisco... Furthermore, Gatsby claims to have gone to Oxford, but it is later revealed that in attended the college for a short time after the Great War. Gatsby's past is, quite literally, an enigma wrapped in a paradox and the reader is only given a few clues as to what events have occured in Gatsby's past which have led him to the events in the novel. During the events of the novel, Gatsby lives in West Egg, an area across the bay from an area associated with New Money and gaudiness.
Maybe. Gatsby was a millionaire created from bootlegging alcohol during prohibition.
He was born on a farm in North Dakota, although Gatsby tells Nick that he is from San Francisco.
1. Gatsby is a cousin or a nephew of Kaiser Wilhelm Gatsby killed a man once Gatsby was a German spy during the war Gatsby was an Oxford Man
There are a lot of rumours about gatsby in the novel, some of which are listed below 1. He once "killed a man"- one female guest at one of Gatsby's parties gopes… so far as say that when you look at Gatsby when he's not looking, you'd "bet he once killed a man." 2. He was a German spy in The Great War 3. He's the nephew of a germman Kaiser 4. That Gatsby is a bootlegger. Of course, there are probably more in the novel.
He is shot by Mr. Wilson and is later buried at a funeral organized by Nick.
When he was young, he "abandoned" his family and went to work for a boat captain. When the old man died, Gatsby inherited the man's wealth. but then a woman took Dan Cody'…s wealth. Gatsby's money comes from bootlegging. Tom reveals it before Gatsby leaves with Daisy. He was a mob associate involved in bootlegging
Using his vocal cords.
Gatsby manipulates almost everyone in The Great Gatsby. He is obsessed with his love for Daisy, this is his driving force throughout the book. He manipulates everyone in order… to achieve his dream. In a way he even manipulates Daisy, his idealized version of her far exceeds her actual persona, so she is forced to become the unattainable 'perfect woman' Gatsby has made her into. More obviously, however, Gatsby manipulates Nick, in order to stage his first meeting with Daisy. Gatsby succeeds in making Nick believe that they have a special connection, though inviting Nick to the party and divulging tales of his past, which are untrue, but convince Nick. (chapter 4) An interpretation of the text states that Nick is homosexual, which partly explains his 'special connection' to Gatsby. It is worth remembering that Gatsby made his fortune through illegal business, so as such, he had deceived and manipulated many people. His manipulation of the characters through the course of the novel, in comparison, are relatively tame.
The rumors are he was a German spy in World War I and he is a nephew of Kaiser Wilhelm
Gatsby is killed by George Wilson because he thinks Gatsby was driving the car that killed his wife Myrtle when in fact it was Daisy. Gatsby is found in the pool by Nick Caraw…ay. This is significant as Gatsby previously mentions he has not used the pool all summer, this evokes a strong sense of pathos.
Because it talks about partying, alcohol, and unfaithfulness to spouses. It also talks about lying and deceit.
because this book is a classic and just AMAZING