Discussion question – The great gatsby: At Gatsby’s funeral, Nick remembers “without resentment

At Gatsby’s funeral, Nick remembers “without resentment, that Daisy hadn’t sent a message or a flower” [174]. Should Nick’s attitude surprise us, and how might it illuminate the world that Gatsby, Nick, and Daisy inhabited, and the value of Gatsby’s “incorruptible dream” (154)?

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