The Great Gatsby

Nicks point of view

why has fitzgerald decided to tell the story from nicks point of view, instead of gatsbys.


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Nick is the novel's moral center. He sees the other characters for what they are, knows and cites the differences between right and wrong, and gives the reader an unbiased insight to what is happening throughout the story.


The Great Gatsby