How is Gatsby different from his guest?

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Gatsby is different from his guests in that he does not really mingle or mix with them. He tends to be aloof and introspective rather than joining into the party. Gatsby is much more closed than his guests.
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He is the host, and no one knows who he is. He doesn't drink. Everyone else at the party are guests, and don't care about Gatsby and are drunk.
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he doesn't really, he throws big parties but that is only because he is hoping for the chance to see daisy again. He keeps himself isolated from the guest and no one exactly who he
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Since it's now in its third season, you presumably have the answer to this question.
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