Item #75604 WHAT DOES WOMAN WANT? Timothy Leary.


Dexter, Oregon: 88 Books, 1973. First Edition. Wraps. Limited to 5,000 copies. Inscribed by Timothy Leary on the limitation page. The author's first and only novel, written in prison following his 1972 arrest in Kabul, Afghanistan. The most productive and prolific evangelist for psychedelic drugs in human history, Leary (1920-96) coined the mantra, “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out." Quarto. Original pictorial paper wrappers. Just a hint of edgewear, with a faint stain to the spine heel; else very good or better.

From the library of revered English actor, comedian, musician, and writer Eric Idle, accompanied by a letter of provenance. Idle (b.1943) is a founding member of the British comedy troupe Monty Python, as well as the parody rock group The Rutles, and is the writer of the music and lyrics for the hit Broadway musical Spamalot. Very good. Item #75604

Price: $300.00

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