Journal Entry #7
The Great Gatsby
Chapter 7, pages:113-145
-Own's and works at a run down auto shop
-Madly in love with his wife; idolizes her
-Destroyed when figuring out about Myrtle's affair
-Broken and crazy when Myrtle is murdered
-In this George Wilson tells to his neighbor about how he has Myrtle locked up in the house, after figuring out about her affair and which Wilson has decided to take Myrtle and go west. In some ways, this behavior could be taken on how he expresses his love for Myrtle, but he seems to be in a more dream like state, wanting everything to be perfect, just like Gatsby is with Daisy.