What does Nick learn about Gatsby from Mr. Gatz when he arrives?
Mr. Gatz shares a photo of Gatsby's house that he received two years ago, and shows Nick a book from Gatsby's childhood where he recorded his schedule and resolutions, which reveal him to be a highly disciplined, serious young boy - point out the parallels between young Gatz's self-improvement regime and Ben Franklin's similar writings on self-improvement. Mr. Gatz seems to have truly loved his son and believed in him deeply.
Why does Nick go to such efforts to try and make Gatsby's friends attend his funeral?
Nick is upset by the idea that Gatsby's many friends and...
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