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JOYCE, James; F. Scott Fitzgerald; Ezra Pound.]

Published by University of Rochester Library (1979)

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Item Description: University of Rochester Library, 1979. Softcover. 8vo, plain printed wrappers, 23p, Catalog of an exhibition, Fall 1979. Prints for the first time a full-page letter from Joyce to Ford Madox Ford. Also includes first printings of letters by Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound. 1/1000 copies. SIGNED by Peter Dzwonkoski, who wrote the introduction. Certainly among the best copies available. Ships promptly in stiff, resilient, custom-made cardboard enclosure. 1st edition. Bookseller Inventory # 28325

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JOYCE, James; F. Scott Fitzgerald; Ezra Pound.]

Published by University of Rochester Library (1979)

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Item Description: University of Rochester Library, 1979. Softcover. 8vo, plain printed wrappers, 23p, Catalog of an exhibition, Fall 1979. Prints for the first time a full-page letter from Joyce to Ford Madox Ford. Also includes first printings of letters by Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound. 1/1000 copies. SIGNED by Edward and Catherine O'Donnell and by Peter Dzwonkoski, who wrote the introduction. Certainly among the best copies available. Ships promptly in stiff, resilient, custom-made cardboard enclosure. 1st edition. Bookseller Inventory # 28751

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FITZGERALD, F. Scott; STEINBECK, John (Subjects); SCULLY, Frank (Author)

Published by Murray & Gee, Hollywood (1943)

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Item Description: Murray & Gee, Hollywood, 1943. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Chipped. First Edition. Signed Chapters on Steinbeck, Fitzgerald, Mann, Dreiser, Upton Sinclair, etc. Inscribed by Frank Scully. Bookseller Inventory # 012788GUY50F95

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott & John Kuehl & Jackson Bryer (ed).

Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, (1973)

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Item Description: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1973. First edition, first printing. Cloth lightly worn on bottom edge and minor foxing to outer edges of text block. Interior clean. In faintly soiled and toned dust jacket, in mylar cover. Inscribed by editor Jackson Bryer. Bookseller Inventory # Embry 127282

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FITZGERALD, F. Scott

Published by Limited Editions Club [1982], [New York] (1982)

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Item Description: Limited Editions Club [1982], [New York], 1982. First Thus. Limited to 2000 copies of which this is no. 1719. Large quarto (28.5cm.); original decorative blue cloth, blue endpapers, printed paper spine label, brown cloth slipcase; xvii,[1],319,[2]pp.; frontispiece, 8 color plates. Signed by Scribner and Meyer on limitation page. Fine. Printed at the Stinehour Press. Bookseller Inventory # 21163

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FITZGERALD, F. Scott. (PARKER, Dorothy). [SARTON, May].

Published by The Viking Press,, New York: (1945)

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Item Description: The Viking Press,, New York:, 1945. FITZGERALD, F. Scott. THE PORTABLE F. SCOTT FITZGERALD. Selected by Dorothy Parker. Introduction by John O'Hara. Twelvemo, cloth, pp. xix, 835. Author May Sarton's copy, with her ink signature and inscription on front flyleaf, dated in year of publication [listing universities for her lecture tour?]: "May Sarton. [pd?], '45 (Univ. of Chicago, Univ. of Iowa, Beloit, Cornell [and two others]." Provenance: the estate of May Sarton [her library was sold at public auction, in Maine, a few years after her death in 1995]. Covers have few spots of faint soiling, with light wear at tips of spine, endpapers are lightly tanned, else a very good copy. First edition (of this collection) [Bruccoli AA1; issued as a volume in the series Viking Portable Library]. Bookseller Inventory # 55476

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FITZGERALD, F. SCOTT & ERIC ROTH

Published by Los Angeles Paramount Pictures 2008 (2008)

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Item Description: Los Angeles Paramount Pictures 2008, 2008. First Edition. Signed and inscribed by Eric Roth on the title page: ÒTo John, All my personal good wishes for a happy new year. Eric.Ó Special printing bound in flexible black leather with the title blind-stamped on the front cover. This edition was inscribed to a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association which awards the Golden Globes. Membership in the organization is about 90 members, hence, this screenplay book was produced in a small quantity. Fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 14844J

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Published by Windhover Press of the University of Iowa, Iowa City (1969)

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Item Description: Windhover Press of the University of Iowa, Iowa City, 1969. Book Condition: Near Fine. Byron Burford (illustrator). First Edition. First Edition. Large format, paper-coverd boards, spine stirng-tied. Some toning along the edges, small dings on bottom of spine and rear cover. Beautifully printed on Ruysdael rag. Of the original 300 copies printed, the first 30 were numbered and signed by the artist, Byron Burford. This is number 13, signed by the artist. Very scarce. Signed By Artist. Bookseller Inventory # 005889

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott. (Screenplay Based on the Novel By Erich Maria Remarque)

Published by SOUTHERN ILLINOIS PRESS., CARBONDALE (1978)

ISBN 10: 0809308541 ISBN 13: 9780809308545

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Item Description: SOUTHERN ILLINOIS PRESS., CARBONDALE, 1978. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. SIGNED on neatly tipped-in cards by Joseph L. Mankiewicz (Producer) & actors: Robert Young, Franchot Tone, Robert Taylor, Margaret Sullivan, Henry Hull, Henry Brandon & Esther Muir over the front pastedown & endpaper. Near fine in a priceclipped, otherwise fine dj. (Tiny curcular remainder stamp at bottom edge. Hint of mild foxing at top edge) Terrific array of signatures from this 1938 film production. Bookseller Inventory # 309931

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Published by Chatto & Windus Ltd. London (1926)

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Item Description: Chatto & Windus Ltd. London, 1926. First Edition ~1st Printing Hardcover first printing in second state binding (a lighter blue cloth), lacking the elusive dust jacket; SIGNED (and dated 1929) on the front free endpaper by French playwright/theatre critic Tor de Arozarena; fair/good copy with faded spine, dark moisture staining to the bottom two inches of the spine (with some bleed-around to the adjoining boards), minor rubbing/fraying to board and spine corners, light foxing to page borders (mostly on the preliminary pages) else a tight square unmarked copy in sound binding; small bookseller label from W.H. Smith & Son of Paris at bottom of front pastedown; photos on request. Bookseller Inventory # 33882

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Published by The Arion Press, San Francisco (1984)

ISBN 10: 3125372402 ISBN 13: 9783125372405

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Item Description: The Arion Press, San Francisco, 1984. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Fine. Limited Edition. One of 400 copies. Signed by the architect Michael Graves. A fine copy in a fine publishers slipcase. A beautiful production of this literary classic. Book is protected in a custom cut clear mylar cover. Signed by Illustrator. Bookseller Inventory # 1596

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Fitzgerald, F Scott

Published by Scribners (1925)

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Item Description: Scribners, 1925. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. A first edition, first printing second issue with 'sickantired' on page 205 (Bruccoli A11), published by Scribners in 1925. The book is very good+ or better with one small stain to the edge of the pages. Corners are bumped, but it's a very nice copy indeed. SIGNED by Cyril Connelly on the front endpaper in pencil. Cyril Connolly called 'The Great Gatsby' one of the half dozen best American novels: "Gatsby remains a prose poem of delight and sadness which has by now introduced two generations to the romance of America, as Huckleberry Finn and Leaves of Grass introduced those before it" (Modern Movement 48). This copy is more than certainly the copy Connolly used in his review and therefore has a remarkable association thus. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-14055705614

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott.; Edited by Edmund Wilson.

Published by New Directions, New York (1945)

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Item Description: New Directions, New York, 1945. First edition, first printing. Octavo, original half cloth. In very good condition, lacking the dust jacket. Inscribed by Edmund Wilson, who served as editor to this posthumous Fitzgerald work, "To Frangeon L. Jones with the best regards of Edmund Wilson Peterborough Aug. 16, 1964". Laid into the book is the newspaper article from August 17,1964 regarding Edmund Wilson's presentation of the Edward MacDowell Medal at the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. he Crack-Up tells the story of Fitzgerald's sudden descent at the age of thirty-nine from glamorous success to empty despair, and his determined recovery. Contains letters to and from Gertrude Stein, Edith Wharton, T.S. Eliot and John Dos Passos." So begins a collection of essays which can be seen as a reflection of the low point of Fitzgerald's career. Indeed, the essays were poorly received when first published in Esquire magazine in 1936, and many were critical of his personal revelations. Nonetheless, their popular has resurged and "[t]he essays stand today as a compelling psychological portrait and an illustration of an important Fitzgerald theme" (Tracy Simmons). Bookseller Inventory # 2212

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Author) & Taylor-Wood, Sam (Photographer/Designer)

Published by London, England: Penguin/Penguin Designer Classics, 2006

ISBN 10: 0713999500 ISBN 13: 9780713999501

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Item Description: London, England: Penguin/Penguin Designer Classics, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Signed. 346 pages. Published in 2006. Artist Book. One of the most beautiful Artist Book interpretations of the classic ever created. Limited Edition of one numbered and signed copy. Should not be confused with the Limited Edition of 1000 copies. A brilliant production by Sam Taylor-Wood: Oversize-volume format. Black silk cloth boards, as issued. Text by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Art by Sam Taylor-Wood. She utilizes one of her most austerely beautiful photographs on glassine paper that serves as the Artist Book's translucent inner DJ. White cardboard box. Printed on archival acid-free stock paper in the United Kingdom to the highest standards. In transparent Plexiglas ("Perspex") box, which serves as the book's outer DJ. Published on the occasion of Penguin Book's 60th Anniversary, "Tender Is The Night: A Romance" is one of five classics that the publisher issued in a Limited Edition by commissioning five of the world's most important artists in their respective fields. The other titles are Gustave Flaubert's "Madame Bovary", D. H. Lawrence's "Lady Chatterley's Lover", Fyodor Dostoyevsky's "Crime And Punishment" and "The Idiot" (he is the only novelist to be honored with two masterpieces in the Series). Penguin held a global auction of the "Number 1" signed copy of each title on the day of its 60th Anniversary in 2006. Sam Taylor-Wood shows "an elegant young man as he stands before us with his hands in his pocket and bare feet. He perfectly sums up the elegance and fragility of Nicole and Dick Driver's world" (Publisher's blurb). Sam Taylor-Wood is one of our finest living artist/photographers. She is especially noted for her portraits of ordinary subjects as well as the most well-known celebrities of the day. Many consider her to be the natural successor to Avedon and Annie Leibovitz, but that judgment, while flattering, does not do justice to the singular qualities of her work. The ultimate book-as-object, the literary classic-as-work-of-art, worthy of this auspicious celebration and posterity. An absolute "must-have" edition for F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sam Taylor-Wood collectors. This copy is Number 1, indicated as such on the Front Limitation Page, and it is very prominently and beautifully signed in black ink-pen by Sam Taylor-Wood. By special arrangement with Penguin, Taylor-Wood signed only the first copy of the Limited Edition, an instant collectible. This is the only such signed copy available anywhere and is in especially fine condition: Clean, crisp, and bright, a pristine beauty. A rare, one-of-a-kind signed copy thus. One of the greatest novels of all time, re-interpreted by one of the most brilliant living artist/photographers. A fine collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER PENGUIN DESIGNER CLASSIC TITLES IN OUR CATALOG) ISBN 0713999500. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 11377

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BY F.SCOTT FITZGERALD, ~ HAND SIGNED By AUTHOR in Pencil, From F. Scott Fitzgerald, Autograph GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC, Blank Endpapers Small A STAMP & Light FoX, Soil

Published by NY , Charles Scribner's Sons, (1920)

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Item Description: NY , Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. HARDBACK NODJ, Reprinted September 1920, Dates Match on Title & Copyright Page, This published Same year as 1st Edition which was April 1920, Few Months Later ,VG/VG-, HB NO JACKET, Dark Green Cover slight , Rub, Wear, Aging , Gilt Title Spine Very Faded, No Gilt on Front Cvr, Interior Nice, tight Clean Light Wear , Aging FoXing, The book is in Very Good Condition for its age and comes from a smoke-free home. The cover has some discoloration. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 23296

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FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1923)

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Item Description: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1923. 145 [2, ads] pp. 8vo, publisher's green cloth in dust jacket. First edition. Tiny gilt leather book label on front pastedown; else a fresh, unworn copy. The gold on the spine is tarnished, and the top edge is very slightly soiled. The dust jacket has a few small chips to the edges.the one at the bottom of the spine affects the "R" and "S" in "Scribners." One of five or six copies of the book signed by F. Scott Fitzgerald on the front free endpaper. Bookseller Inventory # 62574

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FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

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Item Description: Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. in black fountain pen ink, July 18, 1933, with La Paix, Rodgers' Forge, Towson, Maryland as Fitzgerald's address. 4to. 1 page (recto only). Framed in antique gold wooden frame with beige and gold paper mat. Frame size: 14 3/4" x 12 1/4". To Mr. Lester Roberts Almac Hotel, 71st Street at Broadway, New York City, N.Y. "Dear Mr. Roberts: Thank you for your letter. My excuse for the long delay in answering is that a pile of letters were side tracked into an answered file just before I moved from one house to another. Sorry. Haven¿t had a photograph taken for five years. Again thank you for the interest that inspired your letter. Sincerely." Fitzgerald moved during May '32 into "La Paix." A rented Victorian house on the Baynard Turnbull estate outside Baltimore. He stayed there until November 1933, He was finishing work on "Tender Is The Night." Fitzgerald (1896-1940), American writer and officer in World War I; scriptwriter in Hollywood (from 1937); famed as a chronicler of the Jazz Age; novels include "The Beautiful and the Damned" (1922), "The Great Gatsby" (1925), "Tender is the Night" (1934), "The Last Tycoon" (unfinished, published in 1941); short stories include "Tales of the Jazz Age" (1922) "All the Sad Young Men" (1926), "Taps at Reveille" (1935), etc. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 600717

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Published by Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York (1923)

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Item Description: Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1923. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by F. Scott Fitzgerald on the front endpaper. A fabulous copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION with the publisher's seal and the words "Published April, 1923" printed on the copyright page. The book is in excellent condition and appears UNREAD. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning, and the boards are crisp. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks or bookplates in the book. A wonderful copy SIGNED by the author with a beautiful facsimile dustjacket from the original. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-15334553321

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FITZGERALD, F. Scott.

Published by New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. (1923)

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Item Description: New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923., 1923. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. First edition (published, April 1923). 8vo. Original gilt and blindstamped green cloth (tiny tear at head of spine). Very good. No other signatures or bookplates. Signed and inscribed by Fitzgerald in black fountain pen ink on the front free endpaper: "Dear Mr. Selwynn [sic Selwyn] - Here's the new version of the play. Sincerely, F. Scott Fitzgerald." This is apparently to theatrical producer and former actor Edgar Selwyn. Selwyn owned the theatre at 229 West 22nd Street, New York City. Selwyn had rejected an earlier version of the play that Fitzgerald circulated in the spring of 1922. The later version was accepted in October, 1923, and Fitzgerald became engrossed in seeing it to production. Ernest Truex opened in the leading role when it was produced in Atlantic City. The show lasted only a few performances and closed. It never made it to Broadway. Inscribed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 222755

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York (1920)

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Item Description: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1920. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. LIMITED EDITION SIGNED by F. Scott Fitzgerald on the glossy leaf bearing "The Author's Apology." According to the Fitzgerald Bibliography by Bruccoli, "500 copies of the third printing have a special tipped-in glossy leaf bearing "The Author's Apology" each signed by Fitzgerald. These copies were prepared for a meeting of the American Booksellers Association." This copy is one of the 500 copies. The book is great shape. The binding is tight with NO cocking or leaning with minor wear to the boards. The pages are clean with NO marks or bookplates in the book. A sharp copy authentically SIGNED by the author in collector's condition. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-11624888292

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FITZGERALD, F. SCOTT.

Published by New York: Scribner's, 1920 (1920)

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Item Description: New York: Scribner's, 1920, 1920. First Edition; second printing. A little cloth waterstaining; minor page stains and bumping; very good. Presentation copy; inscribed by the author, "For Alec McCaig, who once wrote a [drawing of a triangle] show and now writes short stories. Gawd help him - from F. Scott Fitzgerald/ April 1920/ New York." The second printing was issue in April, 1920, very shortly after the first. The book largely concerns Princeton, and the Triangle Club is mentioned prominently and often. Bookseller Inventory # 25859

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FITZGERALD, F. Scott

Published by Scribner, NY (1934)

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Item Description: Scribner, NY, 1934. Hardcover. First Edition. Fitzgerald's fourth novel, with a first printing of 7600 copies (compared with over 20,000 for The Great Gatsby), and the last novel published during his lifetime. Signed by the author: one of 19 copies signed by Fitzgerald in his home at the behest of the book buyer for the Baltimore department store Hochschild, Kohn. Tender is the Night, which Fitzgerald was hoping would redeem his sagging literary reputation, not to mention his dire financial straits, was a commercial failure -- even though today it is viewed as a major, if flawed, literary accomplishment. The book's failure, coming as it did at a time of great desperation -- Zelda was already hospitalized -- helped precipitate Fitzgerald's own mental breakdown, leading to his death in 1940 at the age of 44. Owner signature of Alice H. Green (likely of Baltimore), dated (apparently in error) "Feb, 1934," on the front flyleaf with author signature. Tender is the Night had a publication date of April 12, 1934, and we have found no evidence that copies of the book were available as early as February, although these may have been received by the store and signed by Fitzgerald prior to the official publication date. Trace foxing to edges of text block; shallow insect paths to covers; very good, lacking the dust jacket. Small Hochschild, Kohn label on rear pastedown. A notable rarity signed rather than inscribed: Fitzgerald inscribed a number of copies of this book to friends and other acquaintances, but he was seldom in a position to simply autograph copies of the book, as he did for Hochschild, Kohn, whose employee brought 25 copies to be signed but returned to the store with only 19. The whereabouts of the others are unknown; it's likely they were left with Fitzgerald and became part of the group of copies that he inscribed and gave away. Bookseller Inventory # 031385

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SELDES, Gilbert. [FITZGERALD, F. Scott] [LARDNER, Ring]

Published by The John Day Company, New York (1928)

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Item Description: The John Day Company, New York, 1928. 414 [1] pp. 8vo, publisher's cloth. First edition. Extremities of spine slightly worn; gold almost entirely effaced from spine. The copy is otherwise very good. Inscribed by F. Scott Fitzgerald for "Ring and Ellis" [Lardner], signed "Scott," with an obscure personal reference, Christmas, 1928. Bookseller Inventory # 62378

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott

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Item Description: Scribner, 1920. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by F. Scott Fitzgerald on the glossy leaf bearing "The Author's Apology." According to the Fitzgerald Bibliography by Bruccoli, "500 copies of the third printing have a special tipped-in glossy leaf bearing "The Author's Apology" each signed by Fitzgerald. These copies were prepared for a meeting of the American Booksellers Association." However, this unique copy has the original glossy leaf tipped in the TRUE FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING, not the third printing. Obviously, this SIGNED plate was taken from a third edition, and professionaly tipped into this spectacular First Edition book making it a collector's dream. This copy is in amazing shape. The gold letering on the spine is present, and the boards are crisp with slight wear to the edges. The binding is tight and square with no cocking. The pages are clean with no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a lovely copy of this TRUE FIRST EDITION authentically SIGNED by the author. We buy F. Scott Fitzgerald First Editions. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-5562747159

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FITZGERALD, F. Scott

Published by New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920 (1920)

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Item Description: New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1920, 1920. Octavo. Original green cloth, titles to upper board in blind and to spine gilt. With a supplied fifth printing dust jacket. Housed in a dark green quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. One leaf roughly opened, very light traces of erasure to endpapers, spine lettering a little dull but an exceptionally nice copy. First edition, first printing. With the author's signed presentation inscription to the front free endpaper, "For George W. with many congratulations and good wishes F. Scott Fitzgerald". The recipient was George W. Stair - a New York bookseller of the time. He retired from selling new books in the 1920s and was asked by Brentano's to set up a rare book division. It is tempting to think this book was presented to him to mark that occasion. Whatever is the case this is a lovely association from the New York literary scene of the Roaring Twenties. Bruccoli A6.I.a. Bookseller Inventory # 61385

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott

Published by New York: Charles Scribner's Sons (1935)

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Item Description: New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1935. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing, second state. Inscribed and signed by the author in black ink on front endpaper: "For Jim Hurley / adhesive tape expert / ('May every tape- / writer ribbon prove / to be an adhesive / tape' Dorothy Dix) / From his friend / F Scott Fitzgerald / Ashville 1936". Bound in the publisher's original dark blue cloth. A near fine copy, with light wear to the spine ends, light rubbing to the corners, a hint of spotting on the page edges and the front and back hinges. A very attractive copy. Fitzgerald inscribed this copy of Taps at Reveille to his friend James B. Hurley, a clerk at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina, a resort hotel where the author resided from 1935 - 1936. Fitzgerald first traveled to Asheville on an extended visit due to personal health concerns about his lungs and stayed after he moved his wife Zelda to the Highland Hospital at Asheville. Hurley worked for Fitzgerald for nine months after applying to a classified advertisement for a typist. He typed Fitzgerald's manuscripts, manually manipulating his typewriter to create a triple-space between lines, Fitzgerald's preferred layout for editing. Additionally, Fitzgerald had Hurley assist with his finances, including contacting The Saturday Evening Post for payments when Fitzgerald's checking account was running low. When the two parted ways, Fitzgerald bequeathed Hurley with two manuscripts for his short stories and three signed novels, including this one. Bruccoli and Baughman, 124. Taps at Reveille is Fitzgerald's fourth collection of short stories and the last book published during his lifetime, one year after Tender is the Night. The collection contains eighteen stories, including: "Crazy Sunday," "A Woman with a Past," The Last of the Belles," and "Babylon Revisited." According to the publisher, Fitzgerald chose his best short stories for this collection, ones full of poignant and amusing stories of youth, gaiety, and adolescent error. "Babylon Revisited" is perhaps the best-known; it is a rueful contemplation of the Jazz Age in Paris and its follies (Edith H. Walton, New York Times). Inscribed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # FSF058

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott

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Item Description: New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Fine. Shenton, Edward (illustrator). 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Inscribed and signed by the author in black ink on front endpaper: "For Margaret Hurley / with much respect / + regard from / F Scott Fitzgerald / April 1936 / Ashville". Bound in the publisher's original dark blue cloth. A near fine copy, with some wear to the spine ends, light rubbing to the corners, a hint of spotting on the page edges and the front and back hinges. Overall, a very attractive copy. Fitzgerald inscribed this copy of Tender is the Night to his friend James B. Hurley's wife. Hurley as a clerk at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina, a resort hotel where the author resided from 1935 - 1936. Fitzgerald first traveled to Asheville on an extended visit due to personal health concerns about his lungs and stayed after he moved his wife Zelda to the Highland Hospital at Asheville. Hurley worked for Fitzgerald for nine months after applying to a classified advertisement for a typist. He typed Fitzgerald's manuscripts, manually manipulating his typewriter to create a triple-space between lines, Fitzgerald's preferred layout for editing. Additionally, Fitzgerald had Hurley assist with his finances, including contacting The Saturday Evening Post for payments when Fitzgerald's checking account was running low. When the two parted ways, Fitzgerald bequeathed Hurley with two manuscripts for his short stories and three signed novels, including this one. Bruccoli and Baughman, 124. Tender is the Night is Fitzgerald's last completed novel, centering on the life of American ex-patriots living in Paris and the French Riviera. Like many of his works, it is semi-autobiographical in nature, with Fitzgerald's friends serving as models for characters, including Pablo Picasso, the Cole Porters, and socialites Sara and Gerald Murphy, to whom the book is dedicated. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # FSF057

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott

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Item Description: Scribners, 1934. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. First Edition, First Printing SIGNED by F. Scott Fitzgerald on a laid in signature. This first issue dustjacket has the blurbs by Eliot, Mencken and Rosenfeld printed on front flap. This ORIGINAL dustjacket has benefitted from some professional restoration to the spine ends and panels. The end result is a stunning dustjacket that is vibrant in color with no chips or tears to the dustjacket. The book is in nice shape. The boards are crisp with light wear to the edges. The binding is tight, and there is no writing, marks or bookplates in the book. Overall, a sharp copy of this true first edition in SIGNED by the author. We buy SIGNED Fitzgerald First Editions. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # ABE-874197125

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Fitzgerald, F. Scott.

Published by Charles Scribners Sons, New York (1935)

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Item Description: Charles Scribners Sons, New York, 1935. First edition, first state, with pages 349-52 uncancelled and with "catch it" reading on page 351. Octavo, original cloth. Inscribed by the author, "For Isabel Owens Hoping we'll both be able to look back to this winter as a bleak exception, in a business way from F. Scott ("Old Scrooge") Fitzgerald". Isabel Owens worked full-time as Fitzgerald's Baltimore secretary from 1932-36. She continued part-time in this role until his death in 1940. In addition to her secretarial duties, Owens acted as a foster mother to the Fitzgeralds' daughter Scottie and companion to Zelda. A bright near fine copy with the spine gilt bright in a very good dust jacket with some professional restoration. Housed in a custom half morocco clamshell box. A splendid association copy. Taps at Reveille was published in 1935 and is a collection of 18 short stories, the final collection of short stories Fitzgerald published. He chose for inclusion in this volume what he considered his best short stories from the previous decade. The Freshest Boy, Crazy Sunday, and Babylon Revisited are the more popular short stories. Edith Walton reviewed the collection in The New York Times (1935): "Basil Duke Lee [in The Freshest Boy] is a bright, sensitive, likeable boy, constantly betrayed by a fatal tendency to brag and boss. He knows his failing, especially after the minor hell of his first year at boarding school, but again and again he is impelled to ruin an initial good impression Mr. Fitzgerald is always miraculously adept at describing adolescent love affairs and adolescent swagger." Walton considered Babylon Revisited, however, "probably the most mature and substantial story in the book. A rueful farewell to the Jazz Age, its setting is Paris and its tone one of anguish for past follies." In 1954, the short story was cinematized by MGM and starred Elizabeth Taylor and Roger Moore's as his Hollywood debut. The Oscar winning title song, by Jerome Kern, featured first in Lady Be Good (1941) but it was popularized by its play in this beloved drama. Film critic Bosley Crowther praised it when she said, "Where Fitzgerald did it in a few words-in a few subtle phrases that evoked a reckless era of golden dissipation toward the end of the Twenties' boom-Richard Brooks has done it in a nigh two-hour assembly of bistro balderdash and lush, romantic scenes" (Crowther, 1954). Consequently, Taps at Reveille both sheds light on the literary and cinematic climate of the decade and provides insight into some of Fitzgerald's final publications. Fitzgerald dedicated Taps at Reveille to his literary agent Harold Ober, who worked also for writers of Walton's status - J.D. Salinger and William Faulkner. Bookseller Inventory # 3024

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Published by New York: Scribners, 1935 (1935)

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Item Description: New York: Scribners, 1935, 1935. First Edition; first printing; second state (correcting misprints); covers spotted; some cloth wear; half of rear free endpaper torn out; just a good copy in a supplied very good dust jacket with the price stamped on the front flap in the smaller of the two sizes (no priority is established). Presentation copy, humorously and, very possibly, drunkenly inscribed by the author, ÒFor Shirley Chidsey, These tales of our life in Tahiti and the Maori Jungle From her friend F. Scott (ÕNordoff[sic]-and-HallÕ). Jan 1st 1899.Ó The recipient was the wife of novelist Donald Barr Chidsey, some of whose work was set in the South Seas. Shirley Chidsey (later Bridgwater) worked in publishing her entire career, and lived in Tahiti for three years, working closely with the authors while editing Nordhoff and HallÕs Bounty Trilogy. For the most part, the authors wrote alternating chapters, making the work of an editor especially vital in compiling a consistent and coherent narrative. This unsung contribution must have been time consuming. The first novel, Mutiny on the Bounty, was issued in 1932; the Charles Laughton - Clark Gable film, based on this version of events, came to the screen in 1935. Bookseller Inventory # 30066

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