The Great Gatsby

How does Nick's qualities as a character affect his narration?

The Great Gatsby - Novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Nick is affable and not opinionated. He comes to East Egg as, like the reader, an outsider into the society of the filthy rich. Most readers are quite comfortable seeing the world through the eyes of Nick: the reader discovers what Nick discovers.