Columbia, SC: Matthew J. Bruccoli, 1988. First edition. Number 49 of 200 numbered copies. Though not called for, this copy inscribed by Bruccoli beneath the colophon, "Alan M - -: Matt." Reproduces Fitzgerald's inscriptions in his own books and in those of others as well as inscriptions from others to him. Includes inscriptions from T. S. Eliot, Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce, Gertrude Stein, and inscriptions to the famous and the unknown, like a young women to whom he wrote, "Other people were young once, just like you, They broke their hearts over things that now seem trivial. But they were their own hearts, and they had the right to meddle with them in their own way." Gilt-stamped quarto cloth. Fine as issued, without a dust jacket.