A truely lonely man

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In Chapter six Daisy and Gatsby are talking about his house and how he stays there all alone.
"I love it, but I don't see how you live there all alone."
"I keep it always full of interesting people, night and day. People who do interesting things. Celebrated people." [Fitzgerald, 91.]

From what I have read so far, I think that Gatsby really only keeps these people around to make him seem more interesting. Also, he is a lonely man and has been ever since Daisy has gone five years ago. This was his way of coping without her, and yet, trying to bring her back to him again.

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