MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A never-before read short story by Minnesota’s most well-known author will now be published.

The piece, called “Temperature,” was written by St. Paul-native F. Scott Fitzgerald in 1939.

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The manuscript was found among Fitzgerald’s papers that are now housed at Princeton University.

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The 8,000 word piece is set in Hollywood where the main character is living on the estate of an actor.

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“Temperature” will be published in The Strand magazine, which can be ordered online.