The Great Gatsby http://wfpl.org en The Great Louisville Gatsby Mystery: Where Is Daisy's House? http://wfpl.org/post/great-louisville-gatsby-mystery-where-daisys-house <p></p><p>When I moved to Louisville as a freshman English major, one of the first bits of trivia I learned about my new city was that Daisy’s house from “The Great Gatsby” was right down the street.</p><p>Daisy Buchanan, the It Girl at the heart of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s 1925 novel, was socialite Daisy Fay when poor soldier Jay Gatsby courted her during a brief stint at Louisville’s Camp Taylor, where Gatsby – like the author himself – trained during the first World War.</p> Fri, 10 May 2013 15:58:16 +0000 Erin Keane 5338 at http://wfpl.org The Great Louisville Gatsby Mystery: Where Is Daisy's House? Listen | 'The Great Gatsby,' F. Scott Fitzgerald and Louisville http://wfpl.org/post/listen-great-gatsby-f-scott-fitzgerald-and-louisville <p>On the eve of the release of a new<em> Great Gatsby</em> film, WFPL's Jonathan Bastian hosted a news special on the film looking at the city's role in the great novel. Veteran Louisville journalist Keith Runyon discussed what Louisville would have been like when F. Scott Fitzgerald was in town and WFPL arts reporter Erin Keane went in search of a Louisville house connected to the novel. Later, Keane, Jonathan and The Courier-Journal's Matt Frassica&nbsp;discussed more about the novel.</p><p>Listen below:</p> Thu, 09 May 2013 22:45:20 +0000 Staff 5333 at http://wfpl.org Listen | 'The Great Gatsby,' F. Scott Fitzgerald and Louisville