Manny Lu House vs. Home (Great Gatsby, Death of a Salesman, and Great Expectations) Something that confuses people learning English is the difference between a house and a home. A house is the building where the majority of people live. It normally has bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom and a dining room. A home is a place where someone lives. Normally it is a house but it can be other things too. It could be a boat on a canal which someone lives in, a house which is similar to a van or truck, or an apartment. Home is often associated with a family and/or the place you feel attached to. In this essay, we will be analyzing three novels that have the same misunderstanding, Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. The first novel that we will be analyzing would be the Great Gatsby. Without a doubt, we will be discussing Jay Gatsby’s definition of a house and a home. Jay
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