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Who is Dan Cody in the Great Gatsby?

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He is a man of 50 who Gatsby met at the age of 17, while clam-digging and salmon-fishing. He owned a yacht and that's when Jay Gatz changed his named to Jay Gatsby. Dan Cody was an alcoholic and took Gatsby under his wing for five years, teaching him
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