Numbers 1-24 (all publ., also mumbered as Volume 1-10) May, 1973, 1990 ( lacking only Volume IX, Number 1, Spring / Summer, 1989 , Issue 22) , All in original printed wraps, very light general wear-only, all issues bright and clean.

EUR 1,800.00

Near complete run of the journal about Americans in Paris in the 1920s and 30s. Features many articles on Hemingway including Hemingway in Florida (Vol. 1., no. 1), the special Sports Issue (Vol 1, no. 2), and Salute to Writers in the WW I Ambulance Corps (Vol 5, no. 2). Other issues focus on writers such as Pound, Dos Passos, Miller, Cowley, Cummings, the Crosbys, and many others.
From the editor, "LGJ greets you and comes upon the scene with hopes of fulfilling a mission. LGJ's mission is to trace the steps of Lost Generation people, to stimulate the survivors into further expression, and to strive for the creation of an archival holding worthy of a great era."
Also numbered as:Volumes 1 and 5 complete in two numbers.
None published 1984-1986.
Volume 8, number 2 (winter 1988-89)-volume X (1990) also called issues 21-24.

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