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  • The year is 1957 in a California that was a preview of things to come in America -- the dawn of lifestyles that were eventually to have a profound and disturbing effect on our culture. This was Brautigan's first novel, written when he was 28. It was ...


  • Death is a place where the sun shines a different colour every day and where people travel to the length of their dreams. Rejecting the violence and hate of the old gang at the Forgotten Works, they lead gentle lives in watermelon sugar. Brautigan ex...


  • Richard Brautigan's last novel, published in the U.S. for the first time Richard Brautigan was an original--brilliant and wickedly funny, his books resonated with the sixties, making him an overnight counterculture hero. Taken in its entirety, his bo...



  • A novel which is both playful and serious, hilarious and melancholy. It takes a journey which starts at the foot of the Benjamin Franklin statue in Washington Square, San Francisco, and wanders through the wonders of America's rural waterways....


  • Three masterpieces by the counterculture's Mark Twain, collected in one volume, including the lost chapters of Trout Fishing in America ( The New York Times Book Review ). An author who began his career handing out his work on the streets of Sa...


  • Richard Brautigan was the author of ten novels, including a contemporary classic, Trout Fishing in America, nine volumes of poetry, and a collection of stories.Here are three Brautigan novels--A Confederate General from Big Sur, Dreaming of Babylon a...


  • Collected in one volume, three counterculture classics that embody the spirit of the 1960s. Included here are three great works by the incomparable Richard Brautigan: Trout Fishing in America is by turns a hilarious, playful, and melancholy n...


  • An omnibus edition of three counterculture classics by Richard Brautigan that embody the spirit of the 1960s Trout Fishing in America is by turns a hilarious, playful, and melancholy novel that wanders from San Francisco through America's rural wate...







  • A tragic tale of doomed independence and dignity in the 1940s centers on a lonely, confused teenaged boy whose greatest pleasure is in watching two old people fish and who has killed his best friend in a hunting accident...


  • The time is 1902. The setting; eastern Oregon. The action begins when Magic Child, a fifteen-year-old Indian girl of surprising sophistication and accomplishment, wanders into the wrong whorehouse looking for the right men -- the men who will kill t...




  • It is early 1942. You are in San Francisco, and you need a private eye. Sam Spade is rumored to be in Istanbul. The Continental Op has been drafted and is a sergeant in the Aleutians. Philip Marlowe is up at Little Fawn Lake investigating the disappe...


  • Brautigan was in many ways the Hemingway of the 60s--but a Hemingway with a playful sense of humor. His epigrammatic stories and poems are clean and simple, but like a pool of quiet water, sometimes deceptively deep; the individual parts of each of h...


  • Concerns a writer trying to cope with the break-up of a relationship. Trying to escape his misery, he begins a story about a sombrero that falls out of the sky and lands in a small town. Unable to concentrate he throws the pages in the bin, and that'...


  • The Abortion is a genre novel parody about a California library which accepts books in any form & from all who wish to donate -- children submit crayoned tales of toys; teens of angst & elders drop of memoirs -- "the unwanted, the lyrical & haunted v...


  • First published in 1971, Revenge of the Lawn is Richard Brautigan in miniature and contains new fewer than 62 ultra-short stories set mainly in Tacoma, Washington (where the author grew up) and in the flower-powered San Francisco of the late fifties ...


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