Watch the video. Title: Tales of Ordinary Madness A young man from north Italy named Amedeo decides to come to Rome. He has a crazy idea in his head to meet the pope.

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During his lifetime he published more Limited first edition. Octavo [24 cm] in decorative boards over cloth spine, with spine label. Signed by Bukowski on limitation page and hand-numbered of copies issued thus. New York: Ecco, Pictoral covers. From the jacket: "To his legions of fans, Charles Bukowski was--and remains--the quintessential counterculture icon.

A hard-drinking wild man of literature and a stubborn outsider to the poetry world, he wrote unflinchingly about booze, work, and women, in raw Octavo [20 cm]; blue illustrated wraps. Our favorite Bukowski novel and "one of the funniest books ever written. Michael Montfort. Deluxe Limited Edition. Very good. The spine ends and corners of the covers are bumped, there is Japan: Shinchosha Company, Foreign language edition.

Sextodecimo [15 cm] Cream colored wraps with Japanese characters and the publishers device printed on the spine and wraps. There is a previous owner's name on the title page. The illustrated dust wrapper is in very good condition, with Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, Original keepsake.

Very slim sextodecimo [ Salt Lake City: The Temple, First Edition. Never before released reading by Bukowski consisting of 29 separate poems. Bukowski's follow-up to Post Office and Factotum is an uncompromising account of life on the edge.

Bensenville, IL: Thin octavo [ Good plus. The covers are age-toned and lightly soiled. There are several small light stains on the front wrap, and the rear wrap has a large area of darkening, and a multitude of small light stains. The bottom edge San Francisco: City Lights Books, Duodecimo [ In The Mathematics of the Breath and the Way, Charles Bukowski considers the art of writing, and the art of living as a writer. Bringing together a variety of previously uncollected stories, columns, reviews, introductions, and Parantez, [].

Turkish language edition. Near fine. Minor bumping to the fore edge of the front cover. There is a tiny sticker on the rear wrap, and there is a previous owner's name on the verso of the front cover. The writings of Salt Lake City and Berkeley: Litmus, Litmus first editions. All books are in fine or near fine condition. Bound in various colors of illustrated wraps. Many with stapled bindings. Victoria Mundi is a black hardcover with a gilt stamped title on the spine. It also has a dust Octavo [20 cm]; Illustrated wraps.

He continued First Ecco Paperback Edition: Later printing. Octavo [23cm]; illustrated wraps. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij De Bezige Bij, Tweede druk second Dutch edition. Octavo [20 cm] Purple, red and white pictorial wraps. The spine and covers show light edge wear.

The spine and covers show edge wear, and there is a small, light stain on the top fore edge of the text block. Dutch edition of Istanbul: Parantez, Near fine condition. There is a previous owner's name on the verso of the front cover.

The pages are age-toned. Tales of Ordinary Madness in Turkish. Darmstadt: Joseph Melzer Verlag, First German edition. In the photographically illustrated dust jacket, with the blurb by Henry Miller on the front inside flap.

The corners of Second Swedish edition. Duodecimo [18 cm] Pictorial pocketbook wraps. There is a former owner's name on the half title page. The first Swedish edition was published in First Swedish edition. Octavo [21 cm] Casebound pictorial wraps. The half title page is darkened at the edges, and has a former owner's name.

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