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F. SCOTT FITZGERALD

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F. SCOTT FITZGERALD’S FIRST BOOK, THIS SIDE OF PARADISE, INSCRIBED BY HIM FOUR DAYS AFTER PUBLICATION

FITZGERALD, F. Scott. This Side of Paradise. New York, 1920.

First edition, first printing of Fitzgerald’s first novel, inscribed four days after publication, “For Larry Larom, in memory of a small but select party not to be coughed at in these dry days! F. Scott Fitzgerald, Cottage Club, Princeton, N.J. March 30th 1920.” $38,000.

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"I DON'T MEAN TO BURDEN YOU WITH A LIST OF DOMESTIC CALAMITIES…"

FITZGERALD, F. Scott. Autograph letter signed. St. Paul, Minnesota, 1922.

Exceptional signed autograph letter, written entirely in F. Scott Fitzgerald's hand, apologizing for failing to arrange a meeting with Lucy Norval, a friend of author Joseph Hergesheimer (a friend and competitor of Fitzgerald), due to a "desperately sick" baby and an equally sick mother-in-law, the latter of whom Fitzgerald anticipated traveling south to visit thus preventing the meeting. $14,500.

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