The Great Gatsby 3D is told as if from the perspective of Fitzgerald, the future writer Nick Carraway, who in the spring of 1922, in an era of decaying morality, brilliant jazz and "kings of smuggled alcohol", comes from the Midwest to New York. In pursuit of his own American dream, he settles in the neighborhood of the mysterious, famous for his parties millionaire Jay Gatsby, and on the opposite side of the bay live his cousin Daisy and her husband, rake and aristocrat, Tom Buchanan. So Nick finds himself involved in the exciting world of the rich - their illusions, loves and deceptions. He becomes a witness to what is happening in this world and writes a story of impossible love, eternal dreams and human tragedy, which are a reflection of modern times and customs.
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Jay Gatsby is not so much a man as a beaming teenager, and one of the most wonderful on the planet; there are almost no such on it. Talking about him is Nick Carraway, a man who was immediately born an old man (like Benjamin Button, another Fitzgerald's hero). It is the contrast between the characters that Fitzgerald's novel holds; this whole book is reminiscent of the long, envious, sad sigh of a man who can never love anyone as Gatsby loves Daisy. Gatsby is great. Carraway is not. The narrator is in the know. He knows that his orderly life is inferior to that of Gatsby, that he does not recognize in her either real joy or real courage - but he cannot even admit to himself; he begins the narrative with "boo-boo-boo" and would lead it like "boo-boo-boo": boo-boo-boo, I am correct, but I despise people like him, however, because ... And all of him life would be like this if Gatsby hadn't flashed through it like lightning.
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