By: Scott Fitzgerald
Book Report By:
Mr. Clark C.P. English 11
Due October 22, 2001
1.) Title: The Great Gatsby
Published by: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York
Author: Scott Fitzgerald
Where book was acquired: Wittenberg Library: Wausau Library.
2.) What type of book: Fiction, told in First Person.
1.) Nick Carraway: (Direct Character) Nick is the main character telling us the story. He attended college at Yale University, and started a bond business in New York. He lives in West Egg, Long Island, the low part of the Island, near his cousin Daisy, who lives in East Egg. His neighbor is Jay Gatsby, Daisy's lover, and he dates Jordan Baker, Daisy's best friend. He also hates where he lives.
2.) Daisy Buchanan: (Indirect Character) Daisy is Nick's second cousin, once removed, and absolutely loves Nick. She tries to set him up with her best friend Jordan Baker. She also married Tom Buchanan, Nick's old classmate from college, and lives in the upper part of Long Island called East Egg. She is a well-respected girl, and is still in love with her ex-lover Jay Gatsby.
3.) Tom Buchanan: (Indirect Character) He is Daisy's husband, and, an old classmate of Nick's. A well-known rich sophisticated, and yet snobby and racist, businessman. Tom is having an affair with young Myrtle Wilson. Tom has suspicions of his wife Daisy and Jay Gatsby having an affair.
4.) Jay Gatsby: (Indirect Character) He is a rich man who always throws parties, and lives next door to Nick's summer house in West Egg. In the beginning he is a quiet, well-respected, rich man, but in the end it turns out he has a history of crime, and wasn't at all who he said he was. Gatsby is having an affair with Daisy Buchanan, and is very jealous of her husband Tom.
5.) Jordan Baker: (Indirect character) Jordan is a woman who acts very unfeminine. She smokes, drinks, swears, and is also a pro-golfer. She... [continues]
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