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  • 2,750.00

    The Naked Lunch
    William Burrough
    SIGNED

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    The Olympia Press, 1959 First edition, SIGNED. This carries a stamped 18NF over the original 1500F price. France adopted the nouveau franc in 1963, so we can assume that this edition didn't sell until after this point! CONTACT US at hello@desperateliterature.com for more info or to book a visit!
    2,750.00
    2,750.00
  • 500.00

    Ariel
    Sylvia Plath
    First Edition

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    First edition, First Impression Faber and Faber, 1965 A lovely edition fit for anybody's shelf! CONTACT US at hello@desperateliterature.com for more info or to book a visit!
    500.00
    500.00
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    1,200.00

    Fulgor y muerte de Joaquín Murieta
    Pablo Neruda
    SIGNED

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    First edition of Fulgor y muerte de Joaquín Murieta, Santiago de Chile, 1967, signed by Pablo Neruda. This copy has travelled a little, though not quite as far and as poorly as Joaquín Murieta, and so shows some soiling and with a slightly faded signature, but is a nice example of this title with Neruda's typical cursive! COMES WITH A FIRST PRESSING VINYL of Fulgor y muerte de Joaquín Murieta recorded by Sergio Ortega Here it here.   CONTACT US at hello@desperateliterature.com for more info or to book a visit!
    1,200.00
    1,200.00
  • 1,750.00

    Pequeña Antologia
    Gabriela Mistral
    SIGNED

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    Lovely copy of this signed First Edition of Gabriela Mistral's unpublished poems. Inscribed by the author on the front free page to the Chilean poet Milo Navarro. Comes with a black and white photo from a Lunch at Escuela de Artes Graficas in Santiago de Chile. Picture at the center is Gabriela Mistral. Four from right is the Chilean poet Milo Navarro. Pages are clean with no marks or inscriptions. The Chilean poet, educator, diplomat, and feminist was the First Latin American (and, so far, the only Latin American woman) to win the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1945. These Anthology of unpublished poems exemplify Mitral's interest in awakening in her contemporaries love for the essences of their American identity. CONTACT US at hello@desperateliterature.com for more info or to book a visit!
    1,750.00
    1,750.00