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Product description

The only guy to wear shades on the Sgt. Pepper album cover, Terry Southern was an audacious, outrageous American original. This book is a collection of his writings spanning the gamut of his stellar career. From his reminiscences of early days as a pornographer to his account of life neck-high in girls and cocaine aboard the Rolling Stone's tour jet, this is a journey from the buttoned-down 1950s through the sexual revolution, rock'n'roll and independent cinema, which saw the birth of "Easy Rider", co-written and produced by Southern himself. The book features Terry's "Esquire" piece covering the 1968 Chicago Democratic Convention with Jean Genet and William S. Burroughs, and his remembrances of 20th-century legends like Abbie Hoffman, Kurt Vonnegut Jr and director Stanley Kubrick, with whom he wrote "Dr Strangelove".

Item details

Author(s):
Southern, Terry
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0413772411
ISBN-13:
9780413772411
Number of pages:
261
Publisher:
Methuen

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The only guy to wear shades on the Sgt. Pepper album cover, Terry Southern was an audacious, outrageous American original. This book is a collection of his writings spanning the gamut of his stellar career. From his reminiscences of early days as a pornographer to his account of life neck-high in girls and cocaine aboard the Rolling Stone's tour jet, this is a journey from the buttoned-down 1950s through the sexual revolution, rock'n'roll and independent cinema, which saw the birth of "Easy Rider", co-written and produced by Southern himself. The book features Terry's "Esquire" piece covering the 1968 Chicago Democratic Convention with Jean Genet and William S. Burroughs, and his remembrances of 20th-century legends like Abbie Hoffman, Kurt Vonnegut Jr and director Stanley Kubrick, with whom he wrote "Dr Strangelove".

Author(s):
Southern, Terry
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0413772411
ISBN-13:
9780413772411
Number of pages:
261
Publisher:
Methuen

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