JOSEPH HELLER - TYPESCRIPT SIGNED - HFSID 86864
Sale Price $270.00
JOSEPH HELLER. Typescript signed: "Joseph Heller", 1p, 8½x11. Headed: "This Is Called National Defense". Six paragraphs relating to his learning that shortly after the assassination of Civil Right leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. "Martin Luther's telephones had been tapped and his living quarters bugged". Heller, who disdains this type of "national defense", nonetheless states that he "would never express this disapproval aloud, of course...because these courageous guardinas of our freedom and safety might be bugging me already...." Novelist and playwright Joseph Heller (1923-1999), formerly a professor of English, is best remembered for his 1961 novel, Catch-22, a bitterly humorous look at war and government authority based in part on his own experiences in WWII. His other novels include Something Happened (1974), Good as Gold (1979), God Knows (1984) and Closing Time (1994), a sequel to Catch-22. Slightly creased. Fine condition.
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