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1 GOLIGHTLY, Bonnie. Beat Girl.
Avon Publications, Inc., New York, 1959, 
GOLIGHTLY, Bonnie. Beat Girl. An Avon Original (T-310).. New York : Avon Publications, Inc., (copyright 1959). Pp [1]-158,(2). 12mo, card covers (pocketbook). “She was lonely and promiscuous – in that well-bred casual way of young women who have too much money, too much time and nobody to really give a damn what they do with it. The affairs were always brief, always meaningless, hastily forgotten. Then she stumbled unto Shelley, crude and sensual, one of the Beat Generation. It was all fire and passion and it threw an alluring light – until it raged out of control and began to destroy her.” - from the back cover. The author, Bonnie Golightly, was thought by many to be the inspiration for Truman Capote's main character, Holly Golightly, in Breakfast at Tiffany's. Lacking bottom inch of spine, edgeworn, some pages detaching, tape to covers, a reading copy only. As is. 15.00

Price: 15.00 CDN
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