The Great Gatsby A brief history of the most interesting man there is.

James Gatz changed his name to Jay Gatsby at age 17.

He was born and raised in North Dakota, growing up in a really poor family.

He was a salmon fisher on a small boat.

It brough him food and a bed.

He was contemptuous of young virgin women because they spoiled him since his youth.

He attended the small Lutheran College of St. Olaf in southern Minnesota, but left two weeks after.

Ella Kaye came on board one night in Boston, which resulted in the death of Dan Cody.

since that day, Gatsby keeps a picture of the man in his house.

Gatsby was suppose to herit of all of Dan Cody's possession, but Ella Kaye received it instead.

The wealth was estimated at over 25,000$.

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