Lot 264 of 725:
First use of the term "Counterculture" signed by the man who coined it  

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Estimate:
$150 - $250

Title:
The Making of a Counter Culture - inscribed by the author

Author:
Roszak, Theodore

Place:
Garden City, NY

Publisher:
Anchor Books / Doubleday

Date:
[1969]

Description:

303 pp. (8vo) wrappers. First Anchor Books Edition.

Inscribed and signed by the author on the half title: "For Rick Synchef...in behalf of creative nostalgia with best wishes Theodore Roszak. May 1997." A look at the effects of Herbert Marcuse, Alan Watts, Timothy Leary and Allen Ginsberg on the sixties youth movement, by the man who coined the term "Counterculture," and this book marks the first use of the term.


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Condition:
Near fine.


 
Item number:
248630
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