New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1964). First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine/very good +. 8vo. Quarter orange cloth over gray-green boards with gilt-stamped titles. In original pictorial dust jacket. A near fine copy in a very good plus DJ. Tiny chips to top of spine, light surface rubbing to back panel; general mild toning and edgewear to jacket. $4.95 price intact (covered by trace graphite smudge). A shallow ding to book's spine near head; touch of soil to fore edge; interior bright and clean throughout. Tight. 211pp.
A handsome, well-above-average first edition (with appropriate Scribner's "A" code) of this posthumous Hemingway title. Beloved classic memoir of his time in post-WWI Paris. [Hanneman A31]. (Inventory #: 18338)
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