The Great Gatsby

In Chapter 6 , How is the comparison of Gatsby with Christ (''he was a son of G-d..and he must be about His Father's Business'') ironic? If the comparison with Christ were to continue through the book, what would happen to Gatsby?


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Jesus was always about his Father's busuiness, and his father was always aware of what he was doing...... it was always the right thing. Gatsby, on the other hand, had turned his back on his father, who knew nothing of his actions. Had he continued, he'd be disowned.


The Great Gatsby