File:Junkie (William S. Burroughs novel - 1953 cover).jpg
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This is the front cover art for the book Junkie written by W. Lee. The book cover art copyright is believed to belong to the publisher or the cover artist.
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1953 paperback edition, copyright Ace Books. This historically significant edition has been uploaded for the purposes of a: illustrating the article on this book, as it fulfills the Novels WikiProject mandate of illustrating first editions when possible; b: illustrating the article on the author as an historically important aspect of his work.
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