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Good. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. A NEW DIRECTIONS PAPERBOOK No. 54. THIRD PRINTING. 347 pages. A collection of notebook excerpts, previously unpublished letters and 3 essays (THE CRACK-UP, PASTING IT TOGETHER and HANDLE WITH CARE") by the author of THIS SIDE OF PARADISE, TENDER IS THE NIGHT and THE GREAT GATSBY. The essays were originally written for and first published by Esquire magazine during 1936. Compiled and edited by Edmund Wilson shortly after Fitzgerald's death in 1940. A very good reading copy in illustrated white soft covers (with a shattered explosion image, broken glass-like) with overall mild wear and tanning. No reading or folding creases. The text is clean and sound, moderately age-tanned.
Good. No dust jacket as issued. Not ex-library. Stated First published as New Directions Paperback No. 54 in 1956. Good+. 7.1 * 4.1. 347 p. Minor scratches, bumps, bendings, tannes, stains, and minor edges' bumps, wears, bendings on the cover, several vertically across bendings on spine, minor stains on the sides of the binding, a 1 * 0.2 name stamp on side of binding, a 1 * 0.2 name stamp on half-title page, front & end page separated from the adjacent page but still attached to spine; other than that, clean, tight, and light tanned pages. Bubble wrap guarantee. Free tracking in U.S. Email notification after shipping. (K13)
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In my opinion, The Crack-up rates among the best of F.Scott Fitzgerald's writing!
Reminding me of Oscar Wilde's The Ballad of Reading Gaol, The Crack-up,
the result of intense personal experience and uncompromising self-examination,
crashes through any 'locks' of individual inhibition and creates a chilling sense
of empathy in the reader!
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