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Federal Bureau of Investigation File #140-35907 1957-1970.
by [Bukowski, Charles] U.S. Government.

Publisher Information:
U.S. Government., Washington DC: 1996.

A Fine copy in a comb-binding. In 1968 various branches of the U.S. government performed an investigation into the background of civil servant Charles Bukowski. The FBI and Postal Service took offense to some of his writing (mainly the notes of a dirty old man column he wrote for the Los Angeles tabloid Open City), and had their "informants" report Bukowski to higher-ups in the post office. The bulk of these files are interviews with neighbors and employers, few of whom who seem to remember Bukowski. However, the files do contain some surprises. Not the least of which: Bukowski claimed he was married to Jane Cooney. This copy of Bukowski's FBI file which his publisher requested is a very uncommon Buk item.


Edition: Xerox Copy
Book Id: 22439

Price: $250.00

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