“The Great Gatsby and the Challenge of Unreliable Narrators”

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In this publication, Dr. Daniel Marchalik and Dr. Matthew W. McCarthy tackle the enduring literary debate on the reliability of Nick Carraway, the narrator of F Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. They bring the insights of their literary analysis to explore the cases of people who do not present a coherent patient history, to provide answers to the question of how do clinicians balance the importance of believing what patients say with the need to be discerning critics?

Read the journal article.