The Tokyo-Montana Express

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The Tokyo-Montana Express
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First edition
AuthorRichard Brautigan
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
PublisherDelacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence
Publication date
1980
Media typePrint (hardback)
Pages258
ISBN0-440-08770-8
OCLC6421595
813/.54
LC ClassPS3503.R2736 T64 1980
Preceded byRevenge of the Lawn 

The Tokyo-Montana Express is a collection by Richard Brautigan.[1][2] It contains 131 chapters which are short stories written by Brautigan from 1976 to 1978, during a period when he was dividing his time between Japan and his ranch house in Montana. A note at the beginning of the book explains that the chapters are "stations" along the tracks of the Tokyo-Montana Express and the "I" is the voice of each of those stations.

A signed edition (limited to 350 copies) was published by Targ Editions in 1979 prior to the first trade edition published in 1980.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kirkus Review - The Tokyo-Montana Express". Kirkus. Retrieved January 30, 2018.
  2. ^ Gattig, Nicolas (January 6, 2018). "In 'The Tokyo-Montana Express,' Richard Brautigan sees Japan with a fresh eye". Japan Times.