New York: Chalk Circle Productions, 1966. Wraps. Good. Item #008605
Black wraps, with a tall rectangular photo of a US soldier. 72 pp. With a few illustrations. The first issue of this literary, 'little' magazine, featuring 'Criticism West of Suez,' by John Berger; 'The Anachronistic Procession of Freedom and Democray,' by Bertolt Brecht; 'The Negroes Sing,' a poem by Andrei Voznesensky; 'The Propertyless Workingmen's Association,' a political essay by Franz Kafka; and a poem 'The Young Mod,' by Gerard Malanga, among work by other authors. This first issue reflects a slightly subversive, experimental tone in writing and subject matter, with pieces reflecting on left wing politics, as well as (indirectly) the Civil Rights movement. GOOD+ condition. Minor fading, rubbing and scuffing, a bit heavier along the extremities. Some browning along the rear spine. Small spot on the center front cover.
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