Great Gatsby

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In Fitzgerald's book, The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald illustrates the

theme, "Outward appearances can be deceiving.  This theme is

shown in a few parts of the book. These outward appearances are

not only found in people, but in the geographical areas of the New

The first deceiving outward appearance is that of Daisy. At

first, we are lead to believe that she is a very happy person, as

Gatsby's love. But she is not, she is a rather tragic and selfish

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