(New York, 1982): Delacorte Press/Syemour Lawrence. First Edition. Octavo. First printing. 131pp. The last book published before Brautigan's death. The haunting tale of a young boy in a small town after WWII. A small group of people whose way of life was already doomed, even as they lived it The first television antenna on an American house was their tombstone. Bound in light pink paper covered boards lettered in silver, back in purple cloth, spine lettering silver. A very good copy with a bit of soiling to over front corner and along bottom edge of rear board., in near fine unclipped pictorial dust jacket with minor spot of rubbing to spine ends and corners.
(Inventory #: 021693)
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