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Bowles, Paul.
The Time of Friendship: Stories.
A Fine copy in a Fine, unclipped dust jacket. The 13 stories in this collection address Bowles' preoccupation with the illuminations and deceit of friendship, the shifting line between illusion and reality, the energies of youth and the sadnesses of age, and the transformations in the psyche induced by kif smoking. The stories include: The Time of Friendship, The Successor, The Hours After Noon, A Friend of the World, He of the Assembly, The Storu of Laheen and Idir, The Wind at Beni Midar, The Hyena, The Garden, Dona Faustina, Tapiama, If I Should Open My Mouth, and The Frozen Fields.

Price: $100.00
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Bowles, Paul.
Too Far from Home: Selected Writings of Paul Bowles.
A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright dust jacket. This anthology of Bowles' writing includes the complete Sheltering Sky as well as excerpts from Up Above the World, Let it Come Down and The Spider's House. The novella Too Far From Home is complete. Also includes are twelve stories, poems, travel essays, excerpts from his autobiography, letters and jounrals. 692 pages.

Price: $75.00
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Brautigan, Richard.
Edna Webster Collection of Undiscovered Writing.
A Fine unread copy in paper wraps. The Edna Webster Collection comes with a copy of the publisher's advance sampler featuring a selection of upcoming works by five writers being published by Mariner Books including Brautigan. The smapler features four Brautigan poems.

Price: $150.00
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Brautigan, Richard.
June 30th, June 30th: Poems.
A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright dust jacket. This is Brautigan's last published collection of poems. Signed by Brautigan.

Price: $1,750.00
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Brautigan, Richard.
Rommel Drives on Deep into Egypt: Poems.
A Fine tight copy in a Fine unclipped dust jacket. Rommel Drives On Deep into Egypt collects eighty-five poems and was Brautigan's sixth collection of poetry; his eighth poetry book publication.

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Brautigan, Richard.
The Galilee Hitch-Hiker.
A Very Good plus copy in illustrated red paper, stitched binding. Signed & Dated January 15, 1967 by Brautigan. Slight offsetting to rear panel of illustrated wraps. 1/700 copies.

Price: $1,200.00
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Brautigan, Richard.
The Hawkline Monster: A Gothic Western.
A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket. The time is 1902, the setting eastern Oregon. Magic Child, a fifteen-year-old Indian girl, wanders into the wrong whorehouse looking for the right men to kill the monster that lives in the ice caves under the basement of Miss Hawkline's yellow house. What follows is a series of wild, witty, and bizarre encounters.

Price: $125.00
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Brautigan, Richard.
The Pill Versus the Springhill Mine Disaster: The Selected Poems 1957-1968.
A Fine tight copy in Fine illustrated paper wraps. The Pill versus The Springhill Mine Disaster is a collection of ninety-eight poems, and was Brautigan's fifth collection of poetry; his seventh poetry book publication. In addition to thirty eight previously uncollected poems, The Pill versus The Springhill Mine Disaster includes The Return of the Rivers (May 1957), all nine parts of The Galilee Hitch-Hiker (1958), nine poems from the Lay The Marble Tea (1959), seventeen poems from The Octopus Frontier (1960), and all thirty two poems from All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace (1967).

Price: $195.00
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Brautigan, Richard.
The San Francisco Weather Report.
Very Good. A rare & fragile broadside!. The First issue of this rare broadside poem.

Price: $200.00
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Brautigan, Richard.
The San Francisco Weather Report.
Very Good. A rare & fragile broadside!. The second issue.

Price: $100.00
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Cherkovski, Neeli.
The Be Attitude: A Beatitude Press Broadside #1.
A Near Fine copy, folded twice.

Price: $20.00
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Kerouac, Jack.
Visions of Cody.
A Near Fine copy in Near Fine, unclipped, dust jacket with a small crease to one corner. There is a previous owner's blank bookplate on the front pastedown. This edition is the first complete text of this posthumous road novel that Kerouac began writing in 1951. Set in the late forties and early fifties, Kerouac tells the stories of the Beats before they were so labeled, against the backdrop of lonely diners, cheap hotels, dingy bars, jazz music, and weed and wine infused nights.

Price: $450.00
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[Beat Literature] Charters, Ann.
Beats & Company: Portrait of a Literary Generation. Foreword by John Clellon Holmes.
A Fine copy in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket. This work features previously unpublished photography of Ann Charters, who was close friends with Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac. Taken from her unique insider's perspective, this collection of photographs offers an intimate look into the lives of the Beat poets and authors, with images taken from readings, parties, and in their homes with family and friends. This copy is signed by Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, Gary Snyder, Ed Sanders, & Anne Waldman.

Price: $600.00
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[Beat Literature] Kerouac, Jack.
The Portable Jack Kerouac. Edited by Ann Charters.
A Fine tight unread copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket. This anthology of Kerouac's writing includes excerpts from the numerous volumes that tell the Legend of Duluoz, a selection of his poetry, his writings on Spontaneous Prose, Bop jazz and the Beats, his views on Buddhism, and several letters to important members of the Beat movement. 624 pages.

Price: $95.00
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[Beat Poetry] Brautigan, Richard.
June 30th, June 30th: Poems.
A Very Good copy in plain yellow paper wraps with the bottom half of half-title page missing else a complete copy of a very uncommon format for this last collection of Brautigan poems. Protected by a mylar jacket. Photo copy of publisher's review slip taped to the flyleaf.

Price: $550.00
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[The Beats] Kerouac, Jack.
Doctor Sax.
A Fine tight copy in a Very good plus, unclipped dust jacket with light sunning to spine and front panel. Kerouac tells the story of Jackie Duluoz, based on Kerouac himself, relating a dream in which he finds himself in Lowell, Massachusetts, his childhood home town. Prompted by this dream, he recollects the story of his childhood along with his shrouded childhood fantasies. The eponymous Doctor Sax, also part of Jackie's fantasy world, is a dark but ultimately friendly figure with a shrouded black cape, an inky black slouch hat, a haunting laugh, and a "disease of the night" called Visagus Nightsoil that causes his skin to turn mossy green at night. Sax, who also came to Lowell because of the Great World Snake, lives in the forest in the neighboring town of Dracut, where he conducts various alchemical experiments, attempting to concoct a potion to destroy the Snake when it awakens.

Price: $295.00
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