Nick is the novel's narratorbut he has some qualities of a protagonist, as he is the character who undergoes the most significant change in the novel. Though his lifestyle and attitude differ greatly from those of George Wilson, Gatsby and Wilson share the fact that they both lose their love interest to Tom.
Scott Fitzgerald's life and work.
Infamous Gatsby is the mysterious man behind the lavish and enthralling parties; a man who made his money and his image in that of a king. Additionally, whereas Tom is a cold-hearted, aristocratic bully, Gatsby is a loyal and good-hearted man.
While on his own, he had the opportunity to reinvent himself, and due solely to his own ingenuity, Jimmy Gatz evolved into Jay Gatsby.
Scott Fitzgerald, many characters are discussed uniquely to an extent from the festive, yet status hungry Roaring Twenties. Scott Fitzgerald Tom Buchanan Tom is the brutal, arrogant, and wealthy husband of Daisy.
Gatsby lives in a dream world and Daisy is part of that dream. Scott Fitzgerald's writing, Jay Gatsby is trying to gain happiness through wealth. From his early youth, Gatsby despised poverty and longed for wealth and sophistication—he dropped out of St.
He is the subject of a whirlwind of gossip throughout New York and is already a kind of legendary celebrity before he is ever introduced to the reader.