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Ernest Hemingway
A Moveable Feast
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1964. First edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good Indeed. 8.5" by 6". None. A first edition of Hemingway's autobiographical work, A Moveable Feast, presented in the highly decorative and desirable pictorial dustwrapper. The first edition of the work, with Scribner's A-3.64 (H) indicating the first printing. In the original unclipped dustwrapper depicting the Pont Neuf, Paris by Hildegard Rath. A Moveable Feast is Hemingway's moving autobiographical work, exploring his time as a struggling journalist and author in Paris during the 20s. The work is a fascinating exploration of interwar France whilst also offer fascinating accounts of other notable literary figures with whom Hemingway was acquainted, including Aleister Crowley, F. Scott Fitzgerald and James Joyce. In the original quarter cloth binding in the original unclipped dustwrapper. Externally very smart with minor shelf wear to the extremities. Dustwrapper is very smart with shelf wear to the extremities and slight bumping and the occasional closed tear to the head and tail of the spine. Handling marks to the wrap. Internally firmly bound. Pages bright and clean. Bookseller's label to rear pastedown. Near Fine
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
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