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SparkNotes: The Great Gatsby
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He has rank and privilege and that's the way he wants to keep it. Both young women, dressed entirely in white (suggesting purity or, in contrast, a void of something such as intellectualism), are engulfed by the expansiveness of the room in which they are sitting. He comes from a land of privilege and unlike Nick, doesn't subscribe to the adage about withholding judgment because not everyone has had the same advantages.

He comes from "prominent, well-to-do people in this Middle Western city for three generations. The light marks Daisy's house — Gatsby's gesture toward it, as the later chapters show, is a gesture of love. As he tries to make his way as a bond salesman, he rents a small house next door to a mansion which, it turns out, belongs to Gatsby.

Nick goes to visit Daisy, an ephemeral woman with a socialite's luminescence, and Tom, a brutish, hulking, powerful man made arrogant through generations of privilege, and there he meets Jordan Baker, the professional golfer and a girlhood friend of Daisy's. Nick settles in West Egg, rather than East Egg, living in a small rental house adjacent to Gatsby's mansion, paying $80 per month, rather than the $3000 to $4000 per month for which the houses around him rent. Nick, looking to see what Gatsby was gesturing to, finds nothing but "a single green light, minute and far away, that might have been the end of a dock. As Tom shuts the windows and the breeze dissipates, "the two young women ballooned slowly to the floor.

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    The Great Gatsby (York Notes), F. Scott Fitzgerald

    It appears here, in Chapter 5, and again at the book's end. Fitzgerald introduces one of the novel's key themes, wealth, upon Nick's arrival in the East. From the gold hat mentioned in the novel's epigram to the green light at the end of Daisy's dock, : the inherited wealth of Daisy and Tom Buchanan, and the newly acquired wealth of Gatsby.

    Both young women, dressed entirely in white (suggesting purity or, in contrast, a void of something such as intellectualism), are engulfed by the expansiveness of the room in which they are sitting. Nick, strangely "confused and a little disgusted" as he drives home, finds an equally curious sight waiting for him when he arrives at his house. Daisy Buchanan, Nick's cousin, and her husband, Tom, live across the bay in the fashionable community of East Egg.

    Fitzgerald has already given a sense of this dichotomy when first introducing the Buchanans: They're expected to be gracious and generous, but instead seem shallow and superficial. He comes from "prominent, well-to-do people in this Middle Western city for three generations. The reader knows immediately that the story has already taken place and that Nick is telling it to us through the filter of time. Gatsby, standing by the waterside, stretches his arms toward the darkness, trembling.

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