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The Vegetable: or, from President to postman by  F. Scott Fitzgerald - Hardcover - First Edition - 1923 - from Burnside Rare Books, ABAA and

The Vegetable: or, from President to postman

by Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Condition: Like New

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. First Edition. Hardcover. Like New. First edition. 145, (2, ads) pp. Green cloth with gilt lettering on spine, blind-stamped front cover. Gilt a little dulled as is typical, else a Fine copy, sans jacket. One of 7,650 copies, according to Bruccoli, of Fitzgerald's only play.


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