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Im writing an essay, and the question I'm answering is Gatsby great or not. "Remember--if Fitzgerald himself is calling him the Great Gatsby--what is this saying about FITZGERALD and his themes on social class, society in general?-- Is Fitzgerald saying that it does not matter how one gets to the top, only that they get there? Or is it the opposite of this? Remember the focus must be on why Fitzgerald is "glamorizing" Gatsby if he indeed is.... " "
I don't think Fitzgerald himself is outwardly praising Gatsby; remember that there IS a narrator, Nick Calloway. essentially the story is seen thru his eyes not necessarily Fitzgerald's I would say however that Nick does have a high opinion of Gatsby, as everyone does initially the more he learns of Jay Gatsby's past however shed light on who he really is; a troubled and broken hearted man desperately trying to win the love of his life back. I think the real issue of The Great Gatsby is class struggle. Despite Jay Gatsby's wealth he is still looked down upon by the upper echelons of Kahului society when it's revealed his fortune was accuired thru illegal means, essentially he is "New Money" and they are the "Old Money" it's up to you when it comes down to it if he was great or not, i don't remember Fitzgerald i.e. Nick Calloway ever condemning Gatsby, but i certainly remember him praising him. The Great Gatsby always reminded me of a Simon and Garfunkel song/ poem by Edwin Arlington Robinson "Richard Cory".