teenpelagius: Richard Neville was an Australian journalist and provocateur who was at the center of the “Schoolkids Oz” obscenity trial in London in 1971. Although Neville’s conviction was ultimately overturned, the trial pretty much spelled the end of the counterculture publication Oz.Like a lot of hippies, Neville eventually switched sides and for many years has been a wealthy advertising executive and consultant in Australia.

teenpelagius: Richard Neville was an Australian journalist and provocateur who was at the center of the “Schoolkids Oz” obscenity trial in London in 1971. Although Neville’s conviction was ultimately overturned, the trial pretty much spelled the end of the counterculture publication Oz.Like a lot of hippies, Neville eventually switched sides and for many years has been a wealthy advertising executive and consultant in Australia.

In the cage (1898) Author: James, Henry, 1843-1916Publisher: London, Duckworth and co., 3 Henrietta Street, W.C.

In the cage (1898) Author: James, Henry, 1843-1916Publisher: London, Duckworth and co., 3 Henrietta Street, W.C.

foucault by j.g. merquior - jamie shovlin reimagines 17 covers for the fontana modern masters series, 1970-84, at the haunch of venison gallery, 2012

foucault by j.g. merquior - jamie shovlin reimagines 17 covers for the fontana modern masters series, 1970-84, at the haunch of venison gallery, 2012

Francis Newton (the great British marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm, moonlighting): The Jazz Scene, Penguin, 1961. Cover by Alan Fletcher. The current edition is from Faber & Faber.

Francis Newton (the great British marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm, moonlighting): The Jazz Scene, Penguin, 1961. Cover by Alan Fletcher. The current edition is from Faber & Faber.

The Way of Transcendence: Christian Faith Without Belief in God | Alistair Kee | 1971

The Way of Transcendence: Christian Faith Without Belief in God | Alistair Kee | 1971

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