Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The Great Gatsby Chapter 1 Question 2

From where did the narrator come and why?

9 comments:

Dan McCarthy said...

The narrator, Nick, came from the Mid West. He moved to the East because he had acquired a new less appealing view of his old home. He was also interested in the east for the reason of entering the bond business. It might not have been the first choice of his family but he was happy with his decision.

Ian Conway said...

The narrator tells of how he moved from the west to the east for not completely explained reasons but has thouroughly agreed with Mr. Buchnan that they would be fools to return to the west.

Chuck Barbaro said...

Nick moved to the east from the west. He and Mr. Buchnan think that they would ever move back west. Nick would like to join the bond business.

Danielle Sugrue said...

The narrator Nick, came from a Middle Eastern city. He descided to move to the east and learn the bond business. Everyone he knew was in the bond business, so he thought it would support one more single man. His Aunts and Uncles also encouraged him to move east so they could choose a prep school for him.

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Olivia Fuller said...

Despite the many generations to inherit the family's wholesale hardware business in a middle western city before him, Nick decided not to. After graduating from New Haven, he attended a Eastern prep school with the funding of his aunts and uncles.

Jared Ravagni said...

Nick came from the mid west of the country. He graduated from Yale there and acquired a passion for the bond business. He then asked his dad to support him by paying for him to move east and start up in the bond business.

Pat said...

The narrator came from the midwest. He moved to the east to find a new job and start and start a new life.

Pat said...

The narrator came from the midwest. He moved to the east to find a new job and start and start a new life.