PARDON ME, SIR, BUT IS MY EYE HURTING YOUR ELBOW? Terry SOUTHERN, Allen Ginsberg.

PARDON ME, SIR, BUT IS MY EYE HURTING YOUR ELBOW?

New York: Bernard Geis Associates, 1968. First Edition. Hardcover. Small 4to. Blue cloth over white gilt-stamped boards, in dust jacket. Considerable wear and soil to jacket, with some chipping and tape repair to verso. Interior pages lightly toned. Very good plus in good jacket. Very good + / good. Item #23025

Screenplay vignettes by Terry Southern, Arthur Kopit, Herbert Gold, Jack Richardson, Bruce Jay Friedman, Bob Booker and George Foster, Allen Ginsbert, Arnold Weinstein, Robert Paul Smith, Philip Roth, and Gregory Corso. With photo-comic illustrations featuring actor Jack Gilford in drawings by Mort Drucker. Presented by Booker and Foster as "an original motion picture script [that] will be shot as a feature-length film" (it was not). "A devastating examination of the hypocrisies, dishonesties and ironies of American life as seen through the ebony eyes of the blackest of black humorists."

Price: $20.00

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