What was at 158th street in The Great Gatsby?  

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158th Street in New York City is the location of Tom Buchanan's seedy love-nest, where he conducts his illicit affair with Myrtle Wilson. Tom has bought an apartment, safe from prying eyes, where he can cheat on Daisy without her finding out about it. The apartment is small, though furnished with expensive tapestries which don't look like they belong there. But the apartment isn't really...

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