Chapter 4 The Great Gatsby
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Lets have lunch!
Don't believe all the rumors about me , ill tell you the real life of Gatsby.
Nick, Meet Meyer Wolfsheim!
Gatsby comes to Nicks house and tells him they are going for lunch.
Let stalk about human molars.
Nick and Gatsby on their way to lunch. Gatsby is talking all about his life story.
"The idea staggered me. I remembered, of course, that the World's Series had been fixed in 1919, but if I had thought of it at all I would have thought of it as a thing that merely happened, the end of some inevitable chain." (4.113)
Meyer Wolfsheim fixed the World Series, an enormous crime that Nick thinks is like "a burglar blowing a safe." But the burglar gets caught; Wolfsheim uses his wealth and underworld connections to stay squeaky clean.
Meyer Wolfsheim calls their attention to his cufflinks, which are made from human molars.
Meyer Wolfsheim fixed the World Series, an enormous crime that Nick thinks is like "a burglar blowing a safe." But the burglar gets caught; Wolfsheim uses his wealth and underworld connections to stay innocent.
Wolfsheim is an infamous gambler, and claims responsibility for fixing the 1919 World Series. Nick begins to suspect Gatsby of underworld dealings, due to his association with Wolfsheim.
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