San Francisco: Ahab Press of Jackson Square West, 1963. First edition. Oblong 8vo, unpaginated, mimeographed from typescript and side-stapled into printed wrappers, with a leaf of handmade paper with a hole burned into it so the title can be read through, as issued.
"Since this work will express the notion that jack green and William Gaddis are the same person, and that Job and Jehovah are two renderings of the same name and therefore represent two aspects of the same reality, and other such hopeful corrections of intellectual double vision, it should be made clear at the beginning that the common muse of the famous writers Henry Miller and Lawrence Durrell is not to be understood as one ordinary woman named 'Eve...'"
From the prolog (sic).
A clean, near fine example bumped at the tips, with some offsetting to title and dedication pages and inside front cover from the leaves found in the handmade paper. Item #29740