Long Island street renamed 'Great Gatsby Way'

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Monday, October 18, 2021
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There was a celebration of F. Scott Fitzgerald's most celebrated novel in the Long Island neighborhood where he lived for two years as he wrote 'The Great Gatsby.'

GREAT NECK, Long Island (WABC) -- There was a celebration of F. Scott Fitzgerald's most celebrated novel in the Long Island neighborhood where he lived for two years as he wrote 'The Great Gatsby.'

A portion of Middle Neck Road in Great Neck was ceremonially renamed 'Great Gatsby Way' on Sunday.

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It was a part of Great Neck's very first 'Gatsby Fest,' a street fair featuring live jazz and dancing - allowing fans of the novel to experience a bit of Long Island in the roading twenties.

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