The reader must wonder, if he is capable of this sort of violence, what else is he capable of? However, through his own odd logic, Wilson comes to believe that Myrtle was running out to see her lover, when in fact she was running away from Wilson himself. She is struck and killed. Jay Gatsby The protagonist who gives his name to the story. These two men are similar in that they suppress their feelings for their wives until something goes wrong. After Myrtle's death, Wilson is in serious emotional pain. He skill is technical, at best, rather than artistic, as he would have people believe, as evidenced by the completely unoriginal titles he gives his photos — 'Montauk Point — the Gulls' and 'Montauk Point — the Sea.
When he saw us a damp gleam of hope sprang into his light blue eyes. Uninspired and insipid compared to the vitality and force Myrtle and Tom had, he never had much in the first place. It is irrelevant to Myrtle that what she has gained comes through questionable means; clearly, for her and Tom, too , the morality of infidelity is not an issue. Tom Buchanan, Daisies husband, tells Wilson that Gatsby killed Myrtle because he hopes that he will kill him. While all previous cases of Wilson have been employed as a means of further developing characters.
Wilson's first appearance is not an impressionable one. Also the novel shows the hardships and difficulties… 742 Words 3 Pages Relationships In the novel, The Great Gatsby, by F. Jordan is the young, single woman of wealth, admired by men wherever she goes. They are, as George Wilson says, the eyes of God. Although she does not possess the ethereal qualities of Daisy, in fact, she appears very much of the earth, she does possess a decided sensuality, as well a degree of ambition and drive that is conspicuously absent in her husband. Wilson and his class actually have to take responsibility for their actions, and they don't have trips to Paris to make it all more palatable.
He uses her to point out what he sees as the faults of modern society. Wilson and God In a book largely lacking in references to God, Wilson's character is the only one who mentions him Oh, my God! He runs a garage and gas station in the valley of ashes and seems trapped by his position in life. The Eyes of Doctor T. They can be between lovers, friends, and families. She invites her sister and some friends to join the afternoon's party, but her motivation for doing so goes beyond simply wanting to enjoy their company.
She sees Gatsby's yellow car approaching and runs toward it, believing the driver to be Tom after seeing him in the same car earlier. There, they learn of Myrtle's death. She dates Nick casually, but seems offended when he is the first man not to fall for her charms. Tom quietly informs her he wishes to see her and so she arranges to meet them shortly, leaving her husband under the pretense of visiting her sister in New York. In Chapter 9, Nick compares the green light to how America, rising out of the ocean, must have looked to early settlers of the new nation.
Her affair with Tom allows her to gain something she wants — money and power — and therefore it can be justified. Both men love women who love Tom Buchanan. His situation parallels Tom's, as both have their wives being stolen. Catherine Sister of Myrtle Wilson who is aware of her sister's secret life and willing to partake of its benefits. We learn this after Myrtle's death when he recounts an interaction with his wife before the accident.
He leads a life of luxury in East Egg, playing polo, riding horses, and driving fast cars. Nick rents the small house next to Gatsby's mansion in West Egg and, over the course of events, helps Gatsby reunite with Daisy who happens to be Nick's cousin. Despite his limited appearances throughout the novel, George Wilson matters much more than face value. As soon as the group arrives in New York, Myrtle shows herself to be not nearly as nondescript as is her husband. Ironically, Nick notes that Tom and George are very similar, in that they are both concerned about losing their women and that both tend towards violence or the use of force in order to control them. The Importance of George Wilson in The Great Gatsby F. Driving Gatsby's car, Nick, Tom, and Jordan stop at Wilson's gas station, only to find there is something clearly wrong with him.
Wilson tells them, 'I'm sick. He climbs out of the pool while his butler answers the call, looking out across the bay at Daisy's house with anticipation. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby is filled with numerous characters, both small and large. It was also a time of changing sexual — and even spiritual — boundaries. Nick Carraway The story's narrator. McKee home and then heading home himself.
Tom comes from an old, wealthy Chicago family and takes pride in his rough ways. Myrtle Wilson Married lover of Tom Buchanan. George Wilson is a poor man who owns a gas station in the Valley of Ashes. Richard, his father was a British Civil Servant who stayed in India because he was stationed there. Wilson's wife, Myrtle, is engaged in an affair with Tom Buchanan. Eckleburg The eyes of Doctor T.