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A first edition of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby was displayed at the London International Antiquarian Book Fair in 2013. Book critic Maureen Corrigan — who calls the cover "striking" — says she likes to think that if it landed on her porch today among the more than 200 books she receives a week, she would read it. Oli Scarff/Getty Images hide caption

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How 'Gatsby' Went From A Moldering Flop To A Great American Novel

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The Sheik of Araby Fats Waller
Three O'Clock In the Morning Paul Whiteman
Tip-Toes, musical [Sweet and Low Down]
Dario and Bario Larry Goldings
What Is Hip?

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