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The Great Gatsby Juxtaposing two scenes in a narrative allows them to be easily compared and contrasted. In F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby, two such scenes require specific attention. The impromptu party that is thrown by Tom Buchanan and his mistress, Myrtle Wilson, followed immediately by Jay Gatsby's party at his house, call for the attention of the reader because of the implications of these contiguous scenes. The result of analyzing the two …

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…ile role by deflecting her responsibility to others when she replies: "I told that boy about the ice.Those people! You have to keep after them all the time" (36). The only problem with this pretense is that there is no other person who will listen to his or her requests. They make demands, but nobody obeys them. In the end, there is no evidence that anybody follows through with this order and nobody actually g