Willard and His Bowling Trophies, a Perverse Mystery
New York; (1975)
by Brautigan, Richard
New York; (1975): Simon and Schuster. First Edition. Octavo. 167pp. Brautigan explores contemporary values in America and their effect upon all of us. The results are brilliant, bizarre funny and frightening. Brautigan's story takes place in an apartment house in San Francisco. The people are his neighbors, a couple upstairs who read the Greek Anthology and plays, the story of a game. The couple downstairs eat turkey sandwiches naked and watch Johnny Carson. Then there are the Logan brothers, whose bowling trophies are stolen. A fine copy bound in brown cloth, spine lettering gilt, in unclipped pictorial dust jacket. A very nice copy with some toning to edges of jacket.
(Inventory #: 021705)
General Antiquarian; First Editions; Americana; Autographs and Ephemera; Book Arts; Fine bindings and sets
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