Chapter 4: Things to Remember We enter into the chapter with continuing speculation on who is Gatsby. “He’s a bootlegger.” On a timetable marked July 5, 1922 (the day after American Independence Day), Nick writes down lists of people who have attended Gatsby’s parties. The list includes names from the East Egg, West Egg, upper class New York, and the lower class. Many of these people have committed unsavory actions. Gatsby has rolled in his automobile, which is top of the line and a symbol of wealth and the American Dream. He picks up Nick and reveals his past while driving to their destination for lunch, which seems like it’s the truth but also romanticized. It is also revealed that at the party, Gatsby asked Jordan to invite Nick to tea, which Nick doesn’t really appreciate. When they reach their lunch destination, they meet a man named Meyer Wolfheim. From Wolfheim’s human teeth cufflinks to his story about Rosy Rosenthal and his involvement with the rigged World Series of 1919, we see that Gatsby may have amassed his wealth through illegal activities. We then learn more about Gatsby’s plan with Jordan and Nick. We also learn more about Tom and Daisy’s relationship. Daisy was in love with a lieutenant, who we can assume is Gatsby. When Gatsby went off to war, Daisy was distraught. She then met Tom, fell in love with him, almost backed out of their wedding, then ended up marrying him. There was once love between Tom and Daisy, however Tom turned to infidelity fairly soon into their marriage. When Daisy heard Gatsby’s name in chapter one, she immediately questioned Jordan, giving us a clue that she may still have feelings for him. We have also learned that Gatsby bought at house across the waters from Daisy and planned those parties hoping Daisy would come and be impressed by what he has accomplished. When she didn’t show up multiple of times, he then created a plan to have Jordan invite Nick tea and ask him to invite Daisy over for lunch to meet her.