They are much more interesting to look at then the various pictures from the set of the movie that appeared in the later screenplay. In terms of the text, Id say 75% of the dialog is the same as the final version. Most of the changes take place in the second half of the script. There is at least one scene not included in the final, which is not significant. Probably most significant is that the last line of the original screenplay belonged to Tully, where she yells BARFLY in disgust.
This copy is in near fine condition. There is some shelf wear (white) on the bottom of the cover boards, which is due to the covers being mostly black. There is also a couple of needle size white dots on the front and rear cover, as well the corners. The biding is solid and all interior pages are clean.All in all, a beautiful copy of this very hard to find book. I specialize in Charles Bukowski books. Please see my other auctions and feel free to contact me to help you pick that perfect Bukowski present.
I can also help you independently verify any of the items I sell so there will be no disappointments. The item "SIGNED, FIRST EDITION (#110/200) 20 Charles Bukowski Drawings in Barfly" is in sale since Sunday, February 21, 2016.
This item is in the category "Books\Antiquarian & Collectible". The seller is "sanfrancisco_mike" and is located in Charlotte, North Carolina. This item can be shipped worldwide.