Counterculture For Beginners

by Juan Kriemer
Counterculture For Beginners
  • ISBN-13: 9780954842185
  • Author(s): Juan Kriemer
  • Subject: Popular culture
  • Publisher: Zidane Press
  • Imprint: Zidane Press
  • Publication Date: 30-06-2017
  • Format: p/b

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£9.99
Traces the origins and development of the counterculture movements, from the end of WWII to the assassination of John Lennon. Taking in the Beatniks, Angry Young Men, Teddy Boys and the very early days of rock'n'roll, Kriemer illuminates the origins of the hippies, yuppies, pacifists, feminists and all sorts of anti-establishment characters. Illustrated in the comic style of the era and covering pop-art makers, the punks, the New Wave, the French May events, Afro-American revolutionaries, gay pride pioneers and everyone who was there. A 1960s must-read!
About the book

Traces the origins and development of the counterculture movements, from the end of WWII to the assassination of John Lennon. Taking in the Beatniks, Angry Young Men, Teddy Boys and the very early days of rock'n'roll, Kriemer illuminates the origins of the hippies, yuppies, pacifists, feminists and all sorts of anti-establishment characters. Illustrated in the comic style of the era and covering pop-art makers, the punks, the New Wave, the French May events, Afro-American revolutionaries, gay pride pioneers and everyone who was there. A 1960s must-read!