EVERGREEN REVIEW No. 65 Vol. 13, No. 65, April 1969

Published by Evergreen Review, Inc, New York, 1969
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4to. 96pp., illustrated. Presenting some of the finest work of its era, the Evergreen Review both documented and defined it in a fascinating mix of literature, art, criticism, film, drama, poetry and journalism. This issue features Martin Duberman's play, "History," as well as an autobiographical piece, "On Becoming a Historian"; Julius Lester & Nat Hentoff discuss Black anti-Semitism and Jewish racism; Dick Strong & Lance Sterling's "Frank Fleet and His Electronic Sex Machine" comic; plus fiction by Roy L. Walford and Leonard Michaels, poetry by J. Anthony Stowers, John Lahr on "The Death of the Underground," and "Lola in L.A." - director Jacques Demy in conversation with Michel Delahaye. Perfect bound magazine. Light shelfwear; small chip at base of spine. Very good. Bookseller Inventory # 40951

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Title: EVERGREEN REVIEW No. 65 Vol. 13, No. 65, ...

Publisher: Evergreen Review, Inc, New York

Publication Date: 1969

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