The Great Gatsby

4. Note Wolfsheim’s comment about Gatsby, “He would never so much as look at a friend’s wife.” Why is it ironic?

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Wolfsheim is commenting on Gatsby's honor and loyalty, never realizing that Gatsby's true intention is to set up an assignation with amarried woman. he doesn't know Gatsby as well as he thinks he does.


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