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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

click for a larger image of item #35635, A Confederate General from Big Sur NY, Grove Press, (1964). His first novel, after several small press poetry collections. Brautigan's writings influenced an entire generation and, although he fell out of literary favor for a time -- culminating in his suicide in 1984 -- he has come to be seen as an American original whose whimsy, sensitivity and humor uniquely epitomized his time. A bit of staining to the joints and top edge; near fine in a very good, spine and edge-darkened jacket with a small corner chip at the crown. [#035635] $300
San Francisco, William Wreden, [1968]. Prospectus only: 3 copies in mailing envelope. One copy is fine; two are near fine. No book. Brautigan provided the introduction to the published volume: a biographical note about him is printed here. [#036028] $30
(NY), (Time, Inc.), 1970. Five page article on Brautigan. Corner creasing and rubbing near the spine; very good. [#028731] $20