- Nick progresses in terms of morality though out the novel
- Finds out about Tom cheating on Daisy but it's not seen as immoral, just rude - everyone knows about it
- Doesn't know how to react to Tom's affair with Myrtle (but doesn't tell anyone about the secret)
- Sees Gatsby as a criminal at first but later learns to empathize with him
- Learns that people can be good and bad at the same time and he chooses to see the good in Gatsby
- Just can't understand why no one even showed an interest in Gatsby's funeral
- Abandons his morals; illegally earns his money to win back Daisy
- Feels no remorse about breaking up a marriage
- Not as bad as Toms adultery; Gatsby loves Daisy
- "Even though he's a handsome, well-dressed gangster, he's still a gangster"
- All his actions are for passionate love towards Daisy but does that rule out everything?