The Great Gatsby

the great gatsby

What is the significance of chapter 4 when the gatsby and nick cross the queensboro bridge?

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As they cross the bridge, Nick is thinking about all of the hopes and dreams to be found in the city. Ironically, just as he's thinking these optimistic thoughts a funeral precession passes by, which serves to remind him that all dreams and all lives end in death.


The Great Gatsby