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The Price Was High: The Last Uncollected Stories of F Scott Fitzgerald

by FITZGERALD, F. Scott; Edited By Matthew J Bruccoli

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London: Quartet Books, 1979 Near Fine book, slightly creased spine ends and a small node to the top corner of the front board, also the first few pages have a diagonal crease at the top corner. Usual page tanning. The dust jacket is very good being faded and with a crease to the top edge of the back flap. NO tears, No inscriptions. First UK edition and first printing. Tight clean copy. Extra postage will be requested for shipment outside the United Kingdom.. First Edition. Hardcover.


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