This novel started out with a young man from Minnesota State, Nick Calloway and a storyteller of that novel and moved to New York to learn about bond trading in the summer of 1922. He borrowed a house in the West Egg district of Long Island, a wealthy but fashionable district where new wealthy people live. The neighbor next to Nick is a mysterious man named Jay Gatsby who lives in a Gothic mansion and opens a lavish party every Saturday night. Unlike other West Egg residents, Nick is educated at Yale University and offers social connections at the Eastern Eggs, a fashion district dominated by the upper class.
The importance of Nick Callaway, F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Great Gatsby's Great Gatsby" narrator, Nick Calloway's F. Scott Fitzgerald's writing, Jay Gatsby is trying to gain happiness through wealth. Although the title of the novel is Gatsby, Nick analyzes the behavior of others and presents a story so that the reader can understand the subject. Throughout the novel, Nick is used to collect all works to understand Gatsby's car. Nick is the only person who changes from beginning to end in the novel.
Nick Carraway is a character connecting all other characters. The novel has four main characters: Nick Charway, Tom Buchanan, Daisy Buchanan, and Jay Gatsby. Nick and Tom met each other at the university, Tom married Nick 's cousin Daisy and was dismissed twice. Jay Gatsby met her daughter who was a neighbor next to Nick and fell in love. Tom Buchanan introduces Nick to his mistress, Mister Wilson. And that is the opposite of Daisy. He even even took Nick to a carnival party in a private apartment in the city. His father told me he was told not to criticize him, but we felt Tom and the participants in the party (Myrtel, her sister and her husband, another couple). Conservative Nick Callow's behavior is a little more