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18 Famous Authors’ Houses Worth Seeing

With the armistice between the Allies and the Germans signed in 1918, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s military service ended in basic training. In 1919 the unknown writer moved home to his parents’ house, Summit Terrace, in St. Paul, Minnesota. Young, ambitious, and full of nervous energy, Fitzgerald completed his first and, during his lifetime, most well-received novel, This Side of Paradise (1920).