Relationships can effect us both negatively and positively, as they are a major necessity in our lives. In The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Nick is drawn to Gatsby due to his intense hope and inability to give up on his dreams. Yet Nick still disapproves of Gatsby because he has a indeterminate past. Even though their tenure together was short, Gatsby taught Nick a lot about hope and how too much hope can lead to devastation.
Nick is drawn to Gatsby because he is wistful for Daisy. Throughout the book, Gatsby shows how much he cares for Daisy through his willingness to make everything perfect for her. Gatsby wanted Nick to cut his grass so it would be good enough for Daisy. He brought tons of flowers to cover nicks house up. Gatsby did everything he possibly could to make Daisy happy; he made Nick cut his grass so it would be presentable to the "all mighty" Daisy in his head.
Nick is also drawn to Gatsby because he never gives up on his dreams and goals to become rich. He was born into poverty and had to work for every penny he has earned. His life was rough at first, "The truth was that Jay Gatsby, of West Egg, Long Island, sprang from his Platonic conception of himself. So he invented just the sort of Jay Gatsby that a seventeen-year-old boy would be likely to invent, and to this conception he was faithful to the end"(69). From a young age he never accepted failure. He first knew he wanted fame and wealth when he meet his mentor Dan Cody.
Nick disapproves of Gatsby due to his secretive past. Gatsby has had a strange life and due to that he has some problems arise from his past. Nick has gone weeks without knowing much as he explains "I had talked with him perhaps half a dozen times in the past month and found, to my disappointment, that he had little to say" (45). Nick and Gatsby have known each other for awhile and he still has lack off information about Gatsby. This leads to distrust and curiosity due to his lack of information of Gatsby.
Nick also disapproves of Gatsby because he's not owning up to his...