Unformatted text preview: sometime when he thinks nobody’s looking at him. I’ll bet he killed a man’(48).” Gatsby is believed to have begun his outlandish parties when he first arrived in New York just a few years ago. He has a reputation for displaying extreme hospitality to guests he barely knows. His motives, however, remained largely uncertain to the time of his death. One man, Gatsby’s next-door neighbor Nick Carraway, claims to know There have been several claims that Gatsby was obsessed with one thing-or, rather, person: Daisy Buchanan of East Egg, who did not return phone calls to the Enquirer. Close friends of Ms. Buchanan felt she was Editorial: Is the American Dream Possible? The Advertisement: Lighting, available only in green Real estate listing: East Egg house- cannot guarantee Gatsby’s house-...
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- Winter '07
- The Great Gatsby, Arnold Rothstein, man Jay Gatsby