The Great Gatsby

describe george wilson. how does he react to tom's arrival?

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George is a listless, impoverished man whose only passion is his love for his wife, Myrtle. He is devastated by Myrtle's affair with Tom. After her death, the magnitude of his grief drives Wilson to murder Jay Gatsby before committing suicide himself. He is relieved that Tom arrives because George does not have much money, but he wants to take his wife Myrtle out west and Tom promised George one of his cars so George could make some money.