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Evergreen Review - Issue #11

Contents: William S. Burroughs – Deposition: Testimony Concerning a Sickness Pierre Reverdy – Six Poems Dore Ashton: Mark Tobey Jack Kerouac – Conclusion of the Railroad Earth Antonin Artaud – Letters from Rodez Philip O'Connor – From Steiner's Tour Allen Ginsberg – Sather Gate Illuminution Philip Lamantia – Still Poem 9 Irene Grey – Dangerous Passage Terry Southern – Red-Dirt Marihuana Siné – Self Determination in Life Robert Duncan – A Poem Beginning with a Line by Pindar Jean-Paul Sartre – The Theater (An Interview) Warren Tallman – Kerouac's Sound Nat Hentoff – Who Else Can Make So Much out of Passing Out? Seymour Krim – A Hungry Mental Lion Horace Gregory – A Portrait of the Irish as James Joyce New York Herald Tribune Editorial – Lady Chatterley Embattled Again


Obscene - A Portrait of Barney Rosset and Grove Press

Obscene is DISTRIBUTED by Microcinema DVD. If you would like to order this title and/or other DVDs distributed by Microcinema, go to: www.microcinemadvd**** OBSCENE is the definitive film biography of Barney Rosset, the influential publisher of Grove Press and the Evergreen Review. He acquired the then fledgling Grove Press in 1951 and soon embarked on a tumultuous career of publishing and political engagement that continues to inspire today’s defenders of free expression. Not only was he the first American publisher of acclaimed authors Samuel Beckett, Kenzaburo Oe, Tom Stoppard, Che Guevara, and Malcolm X, but he also battled the government in the highest courts to overrule the obscenity ban on groundbreaking works of fiction such as Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Tropic of Cancer and Naked Lunch. But the same unyielding and reckless energy Rosset used to publish and distribute controversial works such as Allen Ginsberg’s Howl, the Swedish film I AM CURIOUS (YELLOW), and the provocative Evergreen Review, also brought him perilously close to destruction. Featuring music by Bob Dylan, The Doors, Warren Zevon, and Patti Smith, and never-before-seen footage. Further Information: DVD BONUS FEATURES: Original Theatrical Trailer Barney Rosset Extended Interview Segments - Spike the Poodle Killer - Get Me Out Of This Camp! - Three Years Of Torment - Going The Final Step - Illiterates - Rum And Coke - This Obvious Prostitute


Une éducation

1961, Angleterre. Jenny a seize ans. Élève brillante, elle se prépare à intégrer Oxford. Sa rencontre avec un homme deux fois plus âgé qu'elle va tout remettre en cause. Dans un monde qui se prépare à vivre la folie des années 60, dans un pays qui passe de Lady Chatterley aux Beatles, Jenny va découvrir la vie, l'amour, Paris, et devoir choisir son existence.