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Naked lunch

Author: William S Burroughs; James Grauerholz; Barry Miles
Publisher: New York : Grove Press, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Bill Lee, an addict and hustler, travels to Mexico and then Tangier in order to find easy access to drugs, and ends up in the Interzone, a bizarre fantasy world, in an edition that features restored text, archival material, and an essay on psychoactive drugs.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Psychological fiction
Satire
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William S Burroughs; James Grauerholz; Barry Miles
ISBN: 9780802122070 0802122078
OCLC Number: 989941913
Description: vii, 289 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Naked lunch: And start west --
The vigilante --
The rube --
Benway --
Joselito --
The black meat --
Hospital --
Lazarus go home --
Hassan's rumpus room --
Campus of Interzone University --
A.J.'s annual party --
Meeting of International Conference of Technological Psychiatry --
The market --
Ordinary men and women --
Islam Incorporated and the parties of Interzone --
The county clerk --
Interzone --
The examination --
Have you seen Pantopon Rose? --
Coke bugs --
The exterminator does a good job --
The algebra of need --
Hauser and O'Brien --
Atrophied preface --
Quick --
Original introductions and additions by the author: Deposition : testimony concerning a sickness [1960] --
Post script ... Wouldn't you? [1960] --
Afterthoughts on a deposition [1991] --
Letter from a master addict to dangerous drugs [1956] --
Burroughs texts annexed by the editors: Editors' note / by Barry Miles and James Grauerholz --
Letter to Irving Rosenthal [1960] --
The death of Mel the waiter [undated] --
Outtakes: The vigilante --
Outtakes: The rube --
Outtakes: Benway --
Outtakes: The black meat --
Outtakes: Hospital --
Outtakes: A.J.'s annual party --
Outtakes: Islam Incorporated and the parties of Interzone --
Outtakes: The examination --
Outtakes: Coke bugs --
Outtakes: Hauser and O'Brien --
Outtakes: Atrophied preface.
Responsibility: William S. Burroughs ; the restored text edited by James Grauerholz and Barry Miles.

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Bill Lee, an addict and hustler, travels to Mexico and then Tangier in order to find easy access to drugs, and ends up in the Interzone, a bizarre fantasy world, in an edition that features restored text, archival material, and an essay on psychoactive drugs.

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