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An Unfortunate Woman: A Journey.
by Brautigan, Richard.

Publisher Information:
St. Martin's, New York: 2000.

A Fine tight copy in a Fine, bright unclipped three-quarter sheet dust jacket (as issued). This is the last unpublished manuscript found in Brautigan's possessions after his suicide and exhibits his playful style and his comic insights into the life around him. Dark, funny, and exquisitely haunting, his final book-length fiction explores the fragile, mysterious shadowland surrounding death. Told with classic Brautigan wit, poetic style, and mordant irony, An Unfortunate Woman assumes the form of a peripatetic journal chronicling the protagonist's travels and oblique ruminations on the suicide of one woman, and a close friend's death from cancer.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0312262434
Book Id: 26108

Price: $65.00

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