The Great Gatsby

what is the significance of this quote “But his heart was in a constant, turbulent riot.”

chapter 6

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I think that this points to Gatsby's constant state of inner turmoil. Although fabulously wealthy, his interior life and thoughts are in a "constant, turbulent riot." Gatsby is lost in the irrational rather than rational.