American author F. Scott Fitzgerald was born September 24, 1896. Fitzgerald landed on the title "The Great Gatsby" for his most famous work, but had a few alternates in mind, including "Trimalchio," "Among the Ash Heaps and Millionaires," "The High-Bouncing Lover," and "On the Road to West Egg."
Written by Curiosity Staff September 23, 2014
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