|提及的人：||F Scott Fitzgerald; F Scott Fitzgerald|
Scottie Fitzgerald Smith; F Scott Fitzgerald; Matthew J. & Arlyn Bruccoli Collection of F. Scott Fitzgerald (Thomas Cooper Library)
|注意：||Facsimile keepsake of the typescript issued to commemorate the opening of the exhibit "Scottie Fitzgerald and the stewardship of literary memory," drawing on materials in the Matthew J. and Arlyn Bruccoli Collection, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Thomas Cooper Library, University of South Carolina, October 11-December 31, 2007.|
|描述：||12 unnumbered leaves ; 28 cm|
|責任：||by F. Scott Fitzgerald [Scottie Fitzgerald Smith].|
"The title page of 'The Paroxide blonde' credits it to F. Scott Fitzgerald, but each of the four typescript pages is double-signed 'Scottie Fitzgerald fecit' [her hand] and 'Veritus est F Scott Fitzgerald' [his hand]. This 'Poetic Narrative' was declined by Esquire in 1935, but Arnold Gingrich, the magazine's editor, sold the typescript for Scottie to Chicago book-dealer Ben Abramson, proprietor of Argus Book Shop. An undated clipping from Argus catalogue 263 (item 238) lists 'The Paroxide Blonde' with 'a letter of authorization, dated April 10, 1935, signed by Scottie Fitzgerald, transferring publication rights of the poem with the reservation that at the end of ten years the right to publish in book form will revert to the author ..."--Endnote, signed M.J.B.