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13 October, 05:04

In "the great Gatsby": Why does nick change his feelings toward jordan

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  1. 13 October, 05:33
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    Nick's statement here is important to the novel as a whole, because Nick keeps emphasizing how honest, nonjudgmental, and objective he is, when as a narrator he is unreliable, and is judgmental and subjective. There is certainly a degree of irony in Nick's remark that honesty is his cardinal virtue.
  2. 13 October, 05:55
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    Nick's statement here is important to the novel as a whole, because Nick keeps emphasizing how honest, nonjudgmental, and objective he is, when as a narrator he is unreliable, and is judgmental and subjective. There is certainly a degree of irony in Nick's remark that honesty is his cardinal virtue.
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