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THE PRICE WAS HIGH: The Last Uncollected Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald.

by FITZGERALD, F. Scott. (BRUCCOLI, Mathew J.)

Condition: Binding has small bump at lower edge of rear cover, else a very good copy in very good dust jacket.


FITZGERALD, F. Scott. THE PRICE WAS HIGH: The Last Uncollected Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald. Edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli. New York:: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich/ Bruccoli Clark,, 1979. First edition. . Binding has small bump at lower edge of rear cover, else a very good copy in very good dust jacket. . Octavo, brown cloth stamped in gilt, pp. xx, 785, illustrated (in black-and-white). Prints fifty previously uncollected stories by F. Scott Fitzgerald.



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