Narrative perspective/ voices:
P- First person narrator, Carraway- biased perspective. Novel about novel
E- 'In my younger and more...' page 1
'When I looked once more for Gatsby...' last page of chapter
E- tone of a 'memoir'- take on his life that summer, Gatsby's life. Brief, fragmented introduction to Gatsby ('When I looked once more for Gatsby he had vanished, and I was alone again in the unquiet darkness'). Makes him seem aloof and enigmatic- easier for the reader to throw themselves into novel when background story is finally revealed.
L- Distant link between Carraway and Gatsby, we follow Gatsby's moves carefully before we have even met him;his life was always under intense scrutiny because he didn't have the old wealth prestige of the other characters.
P- Fitzgerald makes a link between setting and morality, insight into the personality of the characters
E- Mid West- old fashioned and hardworking values; 'the Carraways are 'prominent, well-to-do'. Dishonest…