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by Peter Simon,Ray Mungo

Famous Long Ago: My Life and Hard Times With Liberation News Service, at Total Loss Farm and on the Dharma Trai download ebook
ISBN:
0806512040
ISBN13:
978-0806512044
Author:
Peter Simon,Ray Mungo
Publisher:
Citadel Pr; 12th edition (January 1, 1991)
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573 pages
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1102 kb
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1512 kb
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Rating:
4.5

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One of the best of the 1960s autobiographies. Published by Thriftbooks

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through the life and high times of Raymond Mungo and the brief but brilliant heyday of Liberation News Service.

Starting with a lush list of acknowledgments to Movement gurus, underground idols, friends, humans, countrymen, and other jokes (that strains the eye and sets the tone), this unruly but appealing narrative hits-and-runs through the life and high times of Raymond Mungo and the brief but brilliant heyday of Liberation News Service.

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Famous Long Ago: My Life and Hard Times with Liberation News Service (1970) was a revealing .

Appearing only a few months later, and nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, Total Loss Farm, which offered a year in the life look at the commune. Following the success of his first two books, Mungo left Total Loss Farm and by early 1970, he settled in California to continue writing, spending several years in San Francisco and Carmel before moving to Los Angeles.

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Reviews:
  • Dishadel
It's a shame that this book is out of print, because it tells the story of one man's adventures in a unique time and place in a way that is less successfully done in other such books. Mungo was there at the creation, and he (usually) doesn't gloss over the failings of the hippies' original vision. The book is witty and opinionated, well-written and amusing - and if you're interested in the 1960s you should seek out copies in your nearby library or other such repository.
Mungo's life during those intense years covered in the book (which is circa 1965 through about 1971) traced nearly the entire stereotpical path of the 1960s hippie: from the Haight to political action in Washington and elsewhere (as a member of the Liberation News Service), to a comically unsuccessful stand as a back-to-the-lander communitarian, to a wandering journey to the 'sources of enlightenment' in Asia. The book shows just how it was possible to become entirely burnt out with innovation in just a six or seven year period, and illustrates well the trajectory of the 1960s, from ideal to disillusion to acceptance.
And it's well-written.
  • Yanki
Think there's a disconnect between my rating and my review title?

Well, I've only read a chapter so far and so far I love the writing. But this is a VERY poorly put together book. The pages are just barely attached to the spine. I'm afraid if I fully open it up, the book will break in two and about half the pages will detach and fall out, like a deck of cards.
  • Zymbl
Very entertaining chronicle of those days.
  • LONUDOG
"HOME FREE HOME".
Can't evaluate 'Famous Long Ago' as I haven't read it, but my friend Ramon Sender has just published the book above, according to another friend who was 'there long ago' I think Ramon's master work of love will be of interest.
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