The Great Gatsby, by Fitzgerald
James Baldwin looked upon reality and illusion through the eyes of a great author.
He saw that all authors live in reality, while everyone else lives in a sense of illusion, or not
knowing the whole truth. He shows us that the author must question everything, breaking
down the illusions that are set up by people and by our society. Baldwin shows that
normal people don't question everything, and therefore are fooled by illusions may times.
In The Great Gatsby Fitzgerald suggests many things about illusion and reality. I think
that the strongest thing Fitzgerald suggests is that you creat…
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