NELSON ALGREN'S OWN BOOK OF LONESOME MONSTERS
by Algren, Nelson (editor)
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[New York]: Published by Bernard Geis Associates Distributed by Random House, 1963. Octavo, 213 pp., cloth-backed boards. First edition. Fifteen stories by Joseph Heller, Bruce Jay Friedman, Terry Southern, George P. Elliott, Saul Bellow, Thomas Pynchon, Algren and others, with introduction by Algren. A fine copy in very good dust jacket with rubbing and light shelf wear to edges. Better than usually found. (#134213)
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