THE TOKYO-MONTANA EXPRESS.
Limited to an edition of 350 signed copies. The first edition of a collection of Richard Brautigan's short stories written in Tokyo and Montana between 1977 and 1978. In his own words, he describes this collection as "another way of looking at things." The book was designed by Leonard Seastone using Garamond type on dampened Gutenberg Laid and printed at his Tideline Press. Color and blind-stamped decoration on upper title page. Spine and upper edge of front board faded.
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> TIDELINE PRESS
> SEASTONE, LEONARD
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First edition. (NCBEL III, 386; Lowndes p. 1164). With the two published plates present. Bound into this copy is an extra plate showing a portrait of Ireland at age 21. Ireland's official confession of his forgeries of Shakespeare originally issued in 1796 as MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS AND LEGAL INSTRUMENTS. The ensuing pamphlets written by and about these papers up to 1805 created a stir in English literary circles finally culminating in this confession. Covers rubbed. 19th-century private library booklabel on front pastedown.