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How To Shoplift Books

Artist
David Horvitz
Price
$32.00
Date
2014
Publisher
Publication Studio Vancouver
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
9781624620485
Size
16.4 × 23.9 × 0.7 cm
Length
68 
Description

How To Shoplift Books by David Horvitz is a guide on how to steal books in both practical and imaginative ways. It is comprised of mostly black and white scans of the original hardcover book published by Automatic Books. This is a bootleg by request of the author. It was written in English and includes an Italian translation. The book that was scanned was mailed by Horvitz without an envelope from Europe to the United States.

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