Meyer Wolfshiem is a business associate of Jay Gatsby. Wolfshiem appears twice in F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby; first at a speakeasy with Gatsby and Nick Carraway and after Gatsby's death. From J. Gatsby, readers learn that Meyer Wolfshiem is a gambler who fixed the 1919 World's Series.
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Ewing Klipspringer Convivially known as Gatsby's "boarder." Klipspringer is a quintessential leech, a representative of the people who frequented Gatsby's partys. Dan Cody Worldly mentor of Jay Gatsby.
Is Nick in The Great Gatsby rich?
After moving to West Egg, a fictional area of Long Island that is home to the newly rich, Nick quickly befriends his next-door neighbor, the mysterious Jay Gatsby. The Great Gatsby is told entirely through Nick's eyes; his thoughts and perceptions shape and color the story. Read an in-depth analysis of Nick Carraway.