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It's diffic See review. The Great Gatsby doesn't need a review from me or anyone else in , but on a recent reread, I found it very compelling in thinking about today's world. I didn't expect to pity Jay Gatsby. But that is what I felt. I never saw any of the movies, so I had the totally wrong expectation. I really detested Daisy. She deserved Tom.
They deserved each other. But Jay Gatsby did not deserve what came to him. A great story. About infatuation, a romantic I am not used to classic, English not being my first language, I tend to avoid older books as the languages used is often more complex and requires more concentration. However, this book was surprisingly easy to read. This is an odd one. The writing is enchanting, and I don't mind Nick, but the other characters are very nasty. Gatsby himself is depressing. He didn't ask the girl who he thought he loved to marry her while he had her, and when she got tired of waiting for him, he was unwilling to give up his drea Other editions 2.
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