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Thoughtbook of Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald; with an Introduction by John R. Kuehl by  F. Scott Fitzgerald - Hardcover - 1965 - from Classic Books and Ephemera and

Thoughtbook of Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald; with an Introduction by John R. Kuehl

by Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Condition: Near Fine/very good

Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Library, 1965. Hardcover. Near Fine/very good. [42] p.: facsimiles; 24 cm. Hardback with facsimile of original notebook on cover. Original glassine dust jacket. One of a limited edition of 300 copies. Illustrated title page. The diary reproduced here is from 1910-1911, when its author, later known as F. Scott Fitzgerald, was 13 and 14. In Near Fine Condition: slight discoloration on endpapers; otherwise, clean and bright. Glassine dust jacket is in Very Good Condition: closed tears from upper edge of back ection; spine slightly sunned.


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