no place, no date. [Modern literature] Typescript beginning "It was love at first sight", taken from the opening chapter 'The Texan' of the classic war satire 'Catch-22' by Joseph Heller. Comprises 15 lines of text below general title, author's name and chapter heading. Signed at foot in black ink by Joseph Heller. A4 size, ideal for framing. Fine condition without folds. Although primarily classified as an anti-war novel, Catch-22 is also a critique of bureaucracy in general. The title has since entered the English language, representing a cyclical conundrum or a 'no win' situation. Item #54088
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