Mr Jay Gatz In The Great Gatsby

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For it is Mr. Jay Gatz who will lead the night away. In “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gatsby will be the one who will unveil the truth of everything in which he sees. He sees the arresting green light off in the distant and knows to whom it belongs. He owns one of the fanciest cars which no one else can afford. Plus he has Daisy crying over the lush shirts which she is amazed by. So who just is this Mr. Jay Gatz? He acts srong, lucky, and blessed, but the thing he needs the most just isn't there yet. He stands there, at the very edge for if he takes a tiny step forward he will fall into the dark moonlight lake. He was so punctilious, never blinking, always watching. He can see it, but what is it? It slowly makes its way around, just like a lighthouse, back to Gatsby. The forest green gets caught in his eye as he waits for the light to come back around. “Gatsby believed in the green light, the orgastic future that year by year recedes before us.” This quote speaks of how much love and thought he really did put into the light every time it came around again and got caught in his eye. Gatsby could see the…show more content…
Not only was she at his house for most of the day, she was laying on his bed as he would show off all the things he knew she would like. He was showing her his watches, his elegant slacks, and his luxury monogrammed shirts. He tossed his shirts down for he was upstairs where as she was down. They caught the wind and slowly lowered down, just like a parachute coming down for landing. She got lost in the shirts, lost in the monograms of Gatsby. “ They're such beautiful shirts, she sobbed, her muffled in the folds. It makes me sad because I've never seen such beautiful shirts." Daisy was lost and confused by the way Gatsby now can have such luxurious items. Gatsby got what he wanted, but just because he has all of these luxurious items, doesn't mean they’ll last
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