Category Archives: Richard Brautigan

The Brautigan Library

“There are many places voracious readers can go to find books the publishing industry has deemed worthy of sale. Less common are places to find those it has not. One such place is the Brautigan Library. The library‚Äôs inspiration, and … Continue reading

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A Confederate General from Big Sur – Richard Brautigan (1965)

“This oddball comedy of a novel, written by A Confederate General from Big Sur, centers around Jesse’s interactions with the very eccentric vagabond known as Lee Mellon, reputed to be related to the obscure American Civil War general Augustus Mellon. … Continue reading

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