What Reason Does Myrtle Give for Marrying George Wilson?

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The reason Myrtle gave for marrying George Wilson is that she thought he was a gentleman and knew about breeding. She later found out that he was not a gentleman at all. Her reason is written on page 34 of the book The Great Gatsby.
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