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Hippie hippie shake 1st edition 1995

£9.99

Product description

condition - good, with signs of wear on the following: dust jacket, edges of hard cover and plastic cover

When Richard Neville arrived in London in 1966 after a six-month overland trek from Australia, the first thing he did was visit Bibi: "The famous boutique throbbed with The Animals, cash registers and scantily clad women... the air was tinged with the perfume of Arabia, and some of its hash... I nearly fainted". Five years later he was gaoled for 15 months for publishing an obscene article, "Schoolkids Oz".;In the intervening years, as editor of "Oz", the hippies handbook and monument to psychedelia, Neville was the darling of the in-crowd: the liberal intellectuals, writers, fashion designers, rock musicians, artists and business people. Through it all he remained amused and objective, frequently startling even his closest admirers with his unexpected views on everything from free love to the Vietnam War.

Item details

Author(s):
Richard Neville
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
240x16040mm
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0747515549
ISBN-13:
9780747515548
Number of pages:
376
Publisher:
Bloomsbury
Title:
Hippie hippie shake

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condition - good, with signs of wear on the following: dust jacket, edges of hard cover and plastic cover

When Richard Neville arrived in London in 1966 after a six-month overland trek from Australia, the first thing he did was visit Bibi: "The famous boutique throbbed with The Animals, cash registers and scantily clad women... the air was tinged with the perfume of Arabia, and some of its hash... I nearly fainted". Five years later he was gaoled for 15 months for publishing an obscene article, "Schoolkids Oz".;In the intervening years, as editor of "Oz", the hippies handbook and monument to psychedelia, Neville was the darling of the in-crowd: the liberal intellectuals, writers, fashion designers, rock musicians, artists and business people. Through it all he remained amused and objective, frequently startling even his closest admirers with his unexpected views on everything from free love to the Vietnam War.

Author(s):
Richard Neville
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
240x16040mm
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0747515549
ISBN-13:
9780747515548
Number of pages:
376
Publisher:
Bloomsbury
Title:
Hippie hippie shake

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