His parties were crowded but “no French bob touched Gatsby’s shoulder” (Fitzgerald 55).
It might be argued that Gatsby’s feelings for Daisy were genuine.
With striking determination he worked hard to be close to Daisy: he settled in the house just opposite, threw grandiose parties with the hope that she might appear there, arranged a meeting with her after five years of separation.
It is Section B of Edexcel's English Language and Literature A Level Paper 2.
The question will be structured along the lines of ' Evaluate the effectiveness of methods used by F Scott Fitzgerald and Philip Larkin to present __________'.