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The Price Was High: Fifty Uncollected Stories by  F. Scott; Edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli Fitzgerald - First Edition - 1996 - from Eric James and

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The Price Was High: Fifty Uncollected Stories

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

Condition: Fine/Very Good ++

New York: Fine Communications MJF Books, 1996. Oversized hardcover with dust jacket, xx + 784 pages; just a hint of bumping to spine ends, but unread condition. See also our listings for an uncommon, very scarce Raduga Publishers edition of Fitzgerald's Tender is the Night, and for an equally scarce Turkey Remains and How to Inter Them, With Numerous Scarce Recipes From the Note-books of F. Scott Fitzgerald.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good ++.


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