THAT SUMMER IN PARIS. Memories of Tangled Friendships with Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Some Others.
Octavo, blue cloth, yellow endpapers. Page edges yellowed, spine very lightly darkened, soft ripple on front free endpaper; else fine. Jacket a bit tanned to spine and flap folds, else fine. Callaghan's memoir of his magic time in Paris in that wonderful summer of 1929, hanging out with Heminway, Fitzgerald, and the gang, and including his account (rather more accurate than Papa's) of the time he knocked Hemingway on his butt in the boxing ring. With photos.