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Dangling in the Tournefortia: Poems.
by Bukowski, Charles.

Publisher Information:
Black Sparrow Press, Santa Barbara: 1981.

#125 of 300 numbered & signed copies. A Fine tight copy in a Fine acetate dust jacket. This is one of Bukowski's best collections of poetry, written shortly after he’d “made it” with musings about his new found comfortable life in San Pedro, as well as material concerning his earlier, more troubled times in East Hollywood, Los Angeles. Some wonderfully witty writing in here with poems about mortgages and tax accountants, as well as the standard fare of race tracks, classical music, and bad sex. One of the best Bukowski poetry books from his mid-period.


Edition: Limited Edition
ISBN: 0876855273
Book Id: 21744

Price: $650.00

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