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The Gay Gatsby

The Gay Gatsby

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Eve / Egg /  That Writer Who Writes Gay Stuff By mismatchedsockslife Completed

Who in their right mind would ask a teenager to write a 4000 word essay on the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald anyway? To me, English class was simply the fine art of over analyzing very old pieces of literature. It was usually pretty easy for me to string together some intricate sounding sentences about these old novels. My English teacher loved me for it, but for this particular essay, I was utterly incapable of replicating the excellence of my previous work. 

All I knew was that Nick Carraway was definitely gay for Gatsby. 
   When two high school boys find themselves being forced into partnership for a class project, things get interesting.

   With Callaway's snarky remarks and hidden secrets, and Chance's accidental girlfriend, their path to completing high school is anything but straight.


Discaimer: This is boyxboy so if this makes anyone uncomfortable, this is me warning you. Also, The Great Gatsby does not belong to me, copyright is to F Scott Fitzgerald.  With the references to the novel in my story, I am in no way trying to mock or make fun of the novel, because it is one of my favourite books. Also, the reality of Nick Carraway's homosexuality is arguable, I simply used this opinion for the sake of my story and its plot.

Love is chemicals in your brain that tells you "hay lets make babies with that" even if you don't want kids thats what love is
phan3133 phan3133 5 days ago
Me at school when people ask me for the answers on an assignment
re reading this im ready to relate to callaway more than ever
I accidentally deleted my story from my files whilst trying to rename it and honestly I've never wanted death more
I love that book and the movie...its a rarity for me like a book along with the movie
Monstermonstrosity12 Monstermonstrosity12 Dec 26, 2016
I also thought they had a thing Callaway and Gat so I clicked 
                              And then I see 
                              Hate to love 
                              And there's nothing better then that