Sometimes, things like this just don't seem right. The home that inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald to write eternal high school English class assignment 'The Great Gatsby' has been torn down, according to reports.
It was a grand mansion on Long Island's North Shore. 'Lands End' was built by a newspaper publisher in 1902.
For a period of time during the '20s, Fitzgerald lived across the bay from Lands End. He would watch the lavish, celebrity-filled parties that would take place within its confines. He later incorporated many of these observations into 'The Great Gatsby.' I wonder if he got to attend any of those parties later in his life?