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(San Francisco), City Lights Books, (1963). A volume of letters between Burroughs and Ginsberg that borders on being an epistolary novel, and deals with their respective experiences, over a number of years, with the South American hallucinogenic drug yage, also known as ayahuasca. Inscribed by Burroughs to Richard Aaron in the year of publication: "For Richard Aaron/ Exchange of manuscripts on Monday July 3, 1963/ This book concerns time compression 1952-53/ William S. Burroughs." Spine-cocked; inexpertly tape reinforced at the front hinge; only good in wrappers, but a contemporary inscription (with some sort of historical content) and a good association, both of which are uncommon. [#033131] $450
Heerlen, Uitgererij, (1980). A bilingual edition (English/Dutch), with translation by Simon Vinkenoog. One of 1000 copies, of which 100 numbered copies were signed by the author and the translator; this copy is unnumbered but is signed by Ginsberg in 1981. Plutonian Ode was privately printed in 1978; the City Lights edition was published in 1982. Mild edge rubbing and slight splaying to the front cover; near fine in stapled wrappers. [#031688] $250
(San Francisco), City Lights Books, (1971). Sixth printing. Inscribed by Burroughs in 1984, "for Bob Jackson/ who knows the/ area better..." Near fine in wrappers. [#033132] $200
(Wiesbaden), Limes, (1964). A German edition, Maynard & Miles D22. Signed by Burroughs. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#033133] $150
(Fort Edwards), (ZBS Foundation), (1972). A set of six LPs (long-playing records). With two booklets laid in, including an introduction and an interview (about chai) by Ram Dass and a poem by Allen Ginsberg. Contents fine; boxed rubbed, near fine. [#028746] $125
(Anthology)
Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1988. The uncorrected proof copy of this collection of six talks given at The New York Public Library by Allen Ginsberg, Mary Gordon, Hugh Nissenson, Frederick Buechner, David Bradley and Jaroslav Pelikan. Edited by William Zinsser. An uncommon Ginsberg appearance. Fine in wrappers. [#010846] $70
(NY), Totem/ Corinth, (1961). Third printing. Very Good in wrappers. [#702749] $20
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