Circuit 4 (off 12 published)

Bieda, David + David Robins (editors)

Published by Circuit, 1967
Used Condition: Fine Soft cover
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London / Cambridge: Circuit, spring-summer 1967. Oblong quarto, 48 pages. Stiff illustrated wrappers. - First edition. Summary: A radio conversation (John Cage / Morton Feldman 1966) introduced by Michael Chanan; Raymond Durgnat on four modern French philosopher-novelists; Phillip Crick on Don Levy's film 'Time Is'; Adrian Mitchell; Richard Holmes; Peter Ayrton on the unteachability of ethics; Film aesthetics and the language of criticism by David Greenberg; Michael Instone reviews 'the Politics of Experience' and "the Bird of Paradise' by R. D. Laing; Joseph Berke reviews 'the Book of Grass' edited by George Andrews and Simon Vinkenoog; Alan Berkeley reviews 'On Aggression' by Konrad Lorenz; 'Cage/Feldman/Cardew' and 'Ornette' by Malcolm Dean The magazine Circuit was published by a group of students in Cambridge and London, and ran for 12 issues between 1966 and 1969. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-17102118868

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Title: Circuit 4 (off 12 published)

Publisher: Circuit

Publication Date: 1967

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:Fine

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