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CHARLES BUKOWSKI

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"IF A SINGLE WORD COULD SAY IT ALL WE WOULDN'T GO ON WRITING ALL THESE BOOKS"

BUKOWSKI, Charles. War All the Time. Santa Barbara, 1984.

Signed limited first edition, one of 16 copies marked "presentation copy" and signed by Bukowski on the limitation page, with an original signed oil painting by Bukowski bound in, this copy additionally inscribed, "For Werner and Diane—If a single word could say it then we wouldn't go on writing all these books. But too often all the words hardly say it. A trick to keep us going? Fair enough. Charles Bukowski," with a self-portrait in ink of himself holding a flask. Laid into this copy are two additional items—a program and a limited edition broadside—both of which are also signed by Bukowski. $9000.

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“BARD OF THE BARROOM AND THE BROTHEL”

BUKOWSKI, Charles. Women. Santa Barbara, 1978.

Signed limited first edition of Bukowski’s Women, number 96 of 300 copies (375 total), continuing his fictional saga of the semi-autobiographical Henry Chinaski, also featured in Factotum (1975) and Bukowski’s screenplay for the 1987 film Barfly, starring Mickey Rourke. $2500.

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ONE OF ONLY 26 COPIES SIGNED BY BUKOWSKI AND SPECIALLY BOUND

BUKOWSKI, Charles. In the Shadow of the Rose. Santa Rosa, 1991.

Signed limited first (and only) edition of this collection of poems, letter "I" of only 26 lettered copies signed by Bukowski and handbound in decorative boards by Earle Gray. $1500.

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ONE OF ONLY 326 SIGNED BY PHOTOGRAPHER MICHAEL MONTFORT, WITH ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAIT OF BUKOWSKI LAID IN

BUKOWSKI, Charles; MONTFORT, Michael. Shakespeare Never Did This. Santa Rosa, 1995.

Signed limited expanded second edition—the first Black Sparrow Press edition, expanded with the inclusion of 11 new poems—number 13 of only 326 numbered copies signed by the photographer and with an original photographic print of Bukowski by Montfort laid in. $700.

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