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February 20, 2006

"I'm (The Great) Gatsby"

Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby (1925) -- Jerz: American Lit II (EL 267)

"I'm Gatsby," he said suddenly.
"What!" I exclaimed. "Oh, I beg your pardon." (p. 48)

Finally we find out who this legend of a man is. Gatsby seems to me to be what every man dreams he can be one day. Rich, powerful, and has plenty of toys (hydroplane, my personal favorite). Gatsby is a definite connoisseur of life. He is an expert of living life to the fullest. I really like this book so far.

Posted by SeanRunt at February 20, 2006 11:05 AM

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