What does T.J.Eckleburg do? -A short review of The Great Gatsby

He who is an oculist must have a superior insight. Otherwise it is inevitable for him to make irresponsible judgments or even verdicts. However…

The eyes of this specific doctor, as are depicted by Fitzgerald, “They look out of no face, but, instead, from a pair of enormous yellow spectacles which pass over a nonexistent nose”, they do exudes certain sentiments that seem trifle but is actually entangled with the core of the protagonist Gatsby. Doctor Eckleburg serves more than an observer which shares the function of that of Nick, which results in contact with Gatsby by means of the action of Nick. That is to say, though Nick is the main executor to observation, he needs the hand of Eckleburg to fulfill the task of covering everything, no matter negligible or tangible.