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    Discuss the effectiveness of the opening chapter of Fitzgerald’s ‘the Great Gatsby’.

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    Other disclosures expose more of the characters. This is evident when Miss Baker "hesitantly" tells Carraway of Tom's affair. However some may argue Carraway occasionally contradicts his claims of "fundamental decencies". This is possibly suggested when he opinionates himself on the topic of Tom's "acute limited excellence": "I felt Tom would drift on forever seeking...for the dramatic turbulence of some irrecoverable football game". Furthermore it could be said he passes judgment on Tom's r****m. Carraway responds to Tom's "pathetic" attempt at escaping "complacency" with criticism.

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