… behind him, Nick rents a bungalow that is close to his cousin Daisy Buchanan and her husband Tom in West Egg, Long Island. He is appalled by his next door neighbor, the wealthy Jay Gatsby, who is known for his wild parties, flamboyant lifestyle and shady business practices. However, he does admire the man for his basic innocence and dreams and over time becomes one of Jay Gatsby’s only true friends.
Those Around Him
Nick soon finds that the wealthy in Long Island have none of the high moral values that he was raised with. Though they are cousins …
… though Jay Gatsby had humble beginnings, as a human he was worth more than all of the his wealthy friends. Nick finally realized the importance of the high moral values he’d been raised with and discovered where he truly belonged.