Last Exit to Brooklynby Hubert Selby
Condition Brand New
The streets are seething with barely concealed menace, threatening to explode with the primal rage and desires of the hoodlums, hookers, transvestites, alcoholics and homosexuals who call New York home. Here, life is raw, love is brutal, and one must fight to survive. Banned by British courts in 1967, a decision that was reversed the following year with the help of a number of writers including Anthony Burgess, this notorious masterpiece has lost none of its power to confront.