The Great Gatsby

does nick reserves judgement

Nick in the Great Gatsby

Asked by
Last updated by Aslan
Answers 1
Add Yours

I think the whole idea of Nick the character is to function as an objective viewpoint of the lifestyle at East Egg. For much of the story he does give us a middle class objective view of the excess of the filthy rich. Nick's perspective gets a little blurred as the story ends but he still works well as our "guide" in the story.