The Great Gatsby

What's the different between perceived greatness and actual greatness??

The Great Gatsby - Novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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This depends on what you perceive greatness to be. Perceived greatness is an illusion. It is only "smoke and magic" void of substance or authenticity. True greatness would have meaning and lasting effect on people.