The Great Gatsby

In Chapter 6 The Great Gatsbv

Select a passage that reveals the nature of the narrator. Respond to the passage by identifying the narrators tone and how it created; comment on the narrator's purpose in this chapter, as well as the effect of the narrator is having on your reactions to the events and characters.

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“I’m delighted to see you,” said Gatsby, standing on his porch. “I’m delighted that you dropped in.”

As though they cared!

Here Nick is shows Nick's objective nature becoming rather cynical and bitter. Really he has just cause, these people are self-indulgent jerks. Still we can see a change in Nick's outlook to not only the crowd at East Egg but even Gatsby (who at one time was a sort of enigma).