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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.
NY, Dial, 1972. A novel of a family with one adopted son, who serves in the Peace Corps in the years before the escalation in Vietnam, and another son who is killed in Vietnam. Inscribed by the author in 1996: "For ____ ____/ for reminding me that/ I was once young/ enough to write this/ funny little book --/ The most fun I've/ ever had -- / Warmest regards/ Jim Morrison." Fine in a near fine, spine and edge-sunned dust jacket with a couple of tiny edge tears. Laid in is a photograph of the Morrison family, annotated on the verso by Morrison. [#028684] $60
NY, Dial, 1972. The uncorrected proof copy of his first novel. Tall, fragile, padbound format with front cover detaching; very good. [#028810] $25