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    Zelda Fitzgerald. Save Me the Waltz. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. First edition, with the publisher's "A" on the copyright page. Octavo. 285 pages. Publisher's green cloth stamped in blue; original illustrated dust jacket. Minor edgewear, corners just bumped, spine and boards dampstained and foxed, somewhat rubbed. Cream endpapers; toned, foxed, dampstained and soiled along hinges. Top and tail edges trimmed, fore-edge rough trimmed; somewhat foxed and soiled, text block toned along margins and edges with moderate soiling and wear. Dust jacket unclipped ($2.00); moderate edgewear, chipping to foot of spine and corners with losses, head of spine heavily worn with losses, spine and panels dampstained, open tear to the front panel closed with cellotape, rubbed and somewhat foxed. Good book with fair dust jacket.

    Bruccoli, I1.

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