Description:Mildly agetoned, otherwise Very Good in dustwrapper.. Printed...Mildly agetoned, otherwise Very Good in dustwrapper.. Printed wrappers, small 8vo, pp. "This is the long-awaited novel by the close associate of William S. Burroughs. The Last Museum of the title is the Beat Hotel Bardo in Paris, famous in the sixties. Gysin has made us wait nearly twenty years for his comic and distorted view of the Beats as they move through the forty-nine rooms on seven floors. Our hero, little PG Six who has inherited the Museum, enters the Bardo through its 'mortal portal' to find himself obliged to move around the hotel at the orders of Madarne Rachou, the tiny, blue-rinse landlady who runs it for invisible Tibetan landlords. Is there sex after death? Here he finds every hilariously perverse answer to that burning question."--from the blurb.
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