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    Inscribed by Fitzgerald as "This story of a Europe that is no more."

    F. Scott Fitzgerald. Tender is the Night. A Romance. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934. First edition, third printing ("Devereux" on page 320, line 17). Inscribed by Fitzgerald on the front free endpaper: "For Walter Bruington / from his friend / F Scott Fitzgerald / This story of a Europe / that is no more. / Sept 1940." With in-text decorations by Edward Shenton. Octavo. [x], 408 pages. Publisher's dark green cloth, with single-ruled blind border on front cover and gilt spine titles. Minor edge wear to the boards and corners. Light scuffing to the spine cloth. Spine gilt faded. A very good copy with a bright and clean textblock. Bruccoli A 14.I.c



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