Used. Very Good. Cover has some wear and light marks. Inside pages have yellowed a bit.
Paperback. Touchstone/Simon and Schuster (1971). Second printing.
Jim Morrison's first published book of poetry, and it resounds with the driving rhythm, the sharp contrasts, and the often brutal honesty that identify the singular "Morrison" sound. He sees and speaks of contemporary America - the cities, the drug scene, the movies, the money hustle, the old hang-ups and new freedoms in love. But his verse, like his vocal style, is undeniably his own - that of a talented, committed artist whose description of ourselves and our time echoes across the generation gap with the disturbing ring of truth.