New York: The Vanguard Press, 1935. Hardcover. 8vo. Reddish brown cloth, dust jacket. 465pp. Good plus/fair. Although internally very good, the binding is a bit edgeworn, with spine rather sunned and a few water spots on top page edges and preliminary leaves; jacket lacks front flap and is quite edgeworn, with numerous edge chips and archivally closed (on verso) edge tears. Item #41983
A tight, decent first edition of the final volume in the acclaimed "Studs Lonigan" trilogy -- with a fun twist: From the library of literary critic and F. Scott Fitzgerald biographer Arthur Mizener (1907-88), with his ownership signature on front flyleaf dated by him "May, 1936" (both slightly water drop smudged) and his small custom bookplate on front pastedown.