Tales of beatnik glory

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Stonehill Pub. Co., Jan 1, 1975 - Fiction - 274 pages
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User Review  - Polaris- - LibraryThing

I enjoyed reading this many years ago. The many flavours of early/mid 1960s Greenwich Village and the nascent 'counter-culture' are recounted in a very appealing style. Read full review

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Very good. Gives an on the ground perspective of New York in the early 60s, as well as in the South during Freedom Summer. Read full review

Contents

The MotherInLaw
15
Total Assault Cantina
24
Chessman
40
Copyright

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Ed Sanders, poet, biographer, essayinst survivor of the 1960s Mimeograph revolution. Author of TALES OF BEATNIK GLORY

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