Good. New York: Outerbridge & Dienstfrey, 1970. First edition. Softcover. Unpaginated. Good. Front cover has three creases and two closed tears, one with rubbing to cover. Rear cover has closed tear at spine and some creasing. Half-title page has small closed tear and number in marker.
Very Good + in Good jacket. Charcoal cloth with white spine lettering. Not paginated. Dust jacket not price clipped but has oxidized (mirror like finish). No writing in the book. Book aims through text and photography to bring into vivid focus the changed sense of self and world that now marks modern life-most expressively in the young. Full refund if not satisfied.
written by Edmund Carpenter, photographed by Ken Heyman. Unpaginated, a substantial book on coated paperstock, text and photoreproductions alternate throughout; first edition oblong softback (hardcover issued simultaneously) in 8.2x8.7 inch gloss-black wraps, a rather worn copy with short impact-tear to top edge, ownership inscription on half-title, else clean and sound. "Good-only. ' A copyright-page authorial note states, "The text owes much to Marshall McLuhan who, in fact, co-authored portions of an earlier version." Back cover is blurbed with a Margaret Mead assessment of the finished product: "Astute staccato comment on present and needed changes in sensory modes, against a background of fantasied primitive life, annotated by some extraordinary photographs."
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