The Great Gatsby

what details about these people are included by fitzgerald?

chapter 4 in the great Gatsby.

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Nick becomes an observer rather than an active participant. Nick is repulsed by the shallow superficiality of the people at the party. THe people have no other interest other than money and the illusion of happiness rather than happiness itself. The Jazz age, at least for the filthy rich, is a world of consumption and flat characters.