The final volume of Joan Wyndham's three-volume autobiography. The first two books were "Love Lessons" and "Love is Blue". After leaving the WAAF, Joan Wyndham was determined to be "gloriously, totally and dangerously free". From living in an early British tomb on the Scilly Isles and being arrested for vagrancy, spending five years under the hypnotic spell of a homosexual psychopath, taking her first acid trip at the age of 50, to researching rent boys for women in Amsterdam's red-light district and living in a tent, cooking brown rice and vegetables at pop festivals, Joan Wyndham leaves the reader in no doubt that she has fulfilled her objective. However, there have been other dimensions, too, to her life: after the bewitching 1960s and life as a 42-year-old hippy, the 1980s brought her sharply back down to earth. She had to cope with the suicide of a close friend, as well as her own, finally successful, fight against cancer.
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Book Description FLAMINGO, 1993. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110006545327