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Counterculture Reader

ISBN-10: 0321145623
ISBN-13: 9780321145628
Edition: 2004
Authors: E. A. Swingrover
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Description: Part of the Longman Topics reader series, The Counterculture Reader provides a fascinating look at American culture in the 60's. This brief collection of readings presents an engaging and informed overview of the counterculture movement,  More...

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Book details

List price: $34.40
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 11/13/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Part of the Longman Topics reader series, The Counterculture Reader provides a fascinating look at American culture in the 60's. This brief collection of readings presents an engaging and informed overview of the counterculture movement, challenging students to understand what happened and why. Featuring writings from the Beats, the literary counterculture, feminists, gays, and rock musicians, the themes discussed include: the women's movement; black power; and gay pride. Divided into seven parts, each features five or more essays of varying lengths. Brief apparatus helps students read and write more thoughtfully about the idea of counterculture and think critically about its effects on contemporary culture. Longman Topics are brief, attractive readers on a single complex, but compelling, topic. Featuring about 30 full-length selections, these volumes are generally half the size and half the cost of standard composition readers.

Beats and Commentators
From Founding Fathers to Martyred Mothers
From Dharma Bums
"Essentials of Spontaneous Prose/Belief and Technique for Modern Prose."
"Burroughs After Lunch."
From Scratching the Beat Surface
"Note on the Religious Tendencies."
"I Went into the Maverick Bar."
"Revolutionary Letter #1 [I have just realized that the stakes are myself]."
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, From Pictures of the Gone World #21 ["The World is a Beautiful Place"]
"My Generation."
Freaks and Hippies
The Literary Counterculture, Rock Music, Communes, and Cults
From The Crying of Lot 49
From Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance
The Human Be-In
The Digger Papers
Hippies: A Study of Their Drug Habits and Sexual Customs
"Rock and Roll is a Weapon of the Cultural Revolution."
From Sleeping Where I Fall
From Scrapbook of a Taos Hippie
"Close Encounters with New Buffalo."
"Founding of Morningstar Commune."
Drugs and Bombs
"Turning on the World."
From The Electric Acid Kool-Aid Test
From Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
From Trips
"Easy Rider: A Very American Thing: An Interview with Dennis Hopper."
"The Members of the Assembly."
"Why the Counterculture Loves Indians, Black People, and Everybody."
From Lakota Woman
"To the White Poets Who Would Be Indian."
From Almanac of the Dead
From Soul on Ice
An Introduction to Soul."
Bra Burners, Stonewallers, and Punk Rockers
Women's Issues, Gay Pride, and the End of the Counter Culture
"The Enemy Within."
The Boston Women's Health Collective, From Our Bodies, Ourselves
"Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female."

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