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Unusual library may get new chapter

By Kevin O'Kelly
Globe Correspondent / September 27, 2004

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BURLINGTON, Vt. -- The 325 works in the Brautigan Library are diverse, to say the least, ranging from the short-story collection "Sterling Silver Cockroaches" to the economic treatise "Three Essays Advocating the Abolition of Money" to the poetry collection "A Shoebox to Hold the Unknown." But they all have one thing in common: They've never been published. From 1990 to ... (Full Article: 1327 Words)

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