Need online help The great gatsby: There’s no mention of religion until the very end

  1. There’s no mention of religion until the very end when Myrtle Wilson’s husband claims that he told his wife that she couldn’t fool God. Why is this the first mention of God? How does this surprise mention of religion function within the rest of the story?
  2. Could this story have taken place in other parts of the United States, like Chicago or Peoria, or were Long Island and New York City the necessary setting?
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