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F. SCOTT FITZGERALD: The Last Laocoon

SKLAR, Robert

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New York: Oxford University Press, 1967. First Edition. 8vo. Mustard-yellow cloth in pictorial dust jacket. Very good plus in like DJ. A review copy with slip laid in. Mild toning to jacket. Price clipped. Trivial soil to boards. Interior bright and clean throughout. Good and sound. 376pp. (Item ID: 19211)

A critical study of Fitzgerald whose title is inspired by a remark made by Malcolm Lowry about Fitzgerald in reference to Greek mythology.



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