Hubert Selby, Jr.

author, 'Last Exit to Brooklyn'

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The nightmare continues. After the success of Last Exit to Brooklyn, Selby pursues his bleak vision in Waiting Period...

Hubert Selby, Jr (Part II)

The nightmare continues. After the success of Last Exit to Brooklyn, Selby pursues his bleak vision in Waiting Period...

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