Downstream from Trout fishing in America: a memoir of Richard Brautigan
Keith Abbott, Brautigan's side-kick for eighteen years, tells the credible story of this incredible man--the artist who became the literary spokesman for a whole generation of dreamers, the phenomenon of the '60s and '70s. 10 photos.
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