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The Price Was High: Fifty Uncollected Stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald by  F. Scott; Edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli Fitzgerald - First printing - 1979 - from Common Crow Books and

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The Price Was High: Fifty Uncollected Stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald

by Fitzgerald, F. Scott; Edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli

Condition: Near Fine/Near fine

New York: MJF Books, 1979. First printing. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near fine. First printing, 1979, hardcover, thick octavo, 784pp., not illustrated. Book near fine with only flaw being mild foxing to edges of textblock, binding tight, text clean bright and unmarked. DJ near fine with mild bump to top of spine. Although unmarked, this volume comes from personal collection of editor Matthew J. Bruccoli.


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