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In Watermelon Sugar

By: Brautigan, Richard

Price: $125.00

Publisher: London, Jonathan Cape: 1970

Seller ID: 20568

Condition: Very good


First UK edition. Octavo (22 cm), pp. 138. Pictorial boards with matching jacket. Boards with light edge wear, jacket has a few small closed tears, slight stain on fore edge and foxing on top edge. First hardcover edition of this poetry collection, in which "Brautigan reminds us that a worse thing than violence and death could be a life without joy" (Barber, 107, 516). Dust jacket present. First Edition. View more info

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Rommel Drives on Deep into Egypt

By: Brautigan, Richard

Price: $125.00

Publisher: New York, Delacorte Press: 1970

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 20569

Condition: Near fine


First issue. Octavo (21 cm), pp. 84. Pictorial boards with matching jacket. Very slight edge wear to both. Previous owner's name crossed out on front pastedown. One of Brautigan's books that was banned by a Northern California high school in 1978, prompting pushback from the publisher and a lawsuit by the ACLU. (Barber 36, 234). Dust jacket present. First Edition. View more info

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Please Plant This Book

By: Brautigan, Richard

Price: $1,250.00

Publisher: Santa Barbara/San Francsico, Richard Brautigan: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 26524

Condition: Very good


Limited edition of 1,500 to 5,000 copies. 16 x 18 cm cardstock folder containing eight differently-colored seed packets--four flowers, four vegetables--each with a Brautigan poem and planting instructions (packed for the 1968-1969 season). Folder is illustrated with three photos of a young girl, Caledonia Jahrmarkt, taken by Haight-Ashbury photographer Bill Brach. Six packets are unopened and still contain their seeds: parsley, lettuce, sweet alyssum royal carpet (x 2 -- one pink and one blue), carrots and squash. No seeds remain in the California native flowers and Shasta daisy packets. Orig... View more info

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Loading Mercury with a Pitchfork

By: Brautigan, Richard

Price: $100.00

Publisher: New York, Simon and Schuster: 1976

Seller ID: 26854

Condition: Near fine


Octavo (21 cm), pp. 127. Second printing. Dark gray cloth boards with silver spine text. Gray endpapers. White jacket with author photo on front and back. Remainder mark to bottom of text block, bumping to spine head, and two indentations to front board. Jacket shows same indentations, minor soiling and edge wear. Brautigan's eighth book of poetry, called "weirdly delicious bullets of ineffable wisdom" by Robert Creeley. Dust jacket present. View more info

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Willard et ses Trophées de Bowling

By: Brautigan, Richard

Price: $200.00

Publisher: Paris, Christian Bourgois Editeur: 1978

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 23939

ISBN: 2267001004

Condition: Near fine


Presentation copy, inscribed to actor Margot Kidder: "This copy is for Margot Kidder. / 'So good to see you again.' / Richard Brautigan / San Francisco / August 6, 1978." Octavo (20 cm), pp. 154. Green on white pictorial wrappers. French language edition of Brautigan's sixth novel. Very slight edge wear. Brautigan and Kidder were friends and neighbors near Pine Creek, Montana. View more info

June 30th, June 30th

By: Brautigan, Richard

Price: $150.00

Publisher: New York, Delacorte Press: 1978

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 21341

ISBN: 044004295X

Condition: Near fine


Octavo (20 cm), pp. 99. Dark blue boards with white quarter cloth, pictorial jacket. Speckled publisher's ink on bottom edge. Includes introduction written by Brautigan at his home in Pine Creek, Montana. Jacket has very slight stain on front, and light edge wear. Boards with faint wear as well. (Barber 64). Dust jacket present. First Edition. View more info

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The Octopus Frontier

By: Brautigan, Richard

Price: $600.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Carp Press: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 26516

Condition: Very good


12mo (17.8 cm), unpaginated [24]. Staplebound, pictorial wrappers. Light edge wear, slight soiling to back cover. Contains 22 poems, several of which appeared first in Foot and J magazines. Cover art by Gui de Angulo, an author and daughter of the linguist and ethnomusicologist Jaime de Angulo. Scarce in the trade. (Barber, 12). First Edition. View more info