THE PHANTASIES OF A PRISONER
A VISUAL ACCOUNT BY LOWELL NAEVE
From this cruel experience has come this brilliant "novel," if one wishes to call it that, done in fine-textured drawings-and a few strong words of text. Probably nowhere else has a book cap- tured so intimately the inner life of the prisoner put behind bars for his idealism. Naeve is an artist and this book shows him in his best medium.
Also of interest to readers of PHANTASIES OF A PRISONER
FIELD OF BROKEN STONES by Lowell Naeve. This account, written with David Wieck, has already attained great stature as a classic of civil disobedience and objection. Rejected by twenty publishers, it finally appeared over the imprint of Libertarian Press, a group of Noeve's friends. It was hailed by such men as Edmund Wilson, Christopher Isherwood, Paul Goodman, Kenneth Patchen, and Henry Miller. -4t become a focal point in, a Son, Francisco book-bonning investigation, and a controversial chapter become part of "Poet's Follies" staged in Son Francisco.. A FIELD OF BROKEN STONES is now available in Swallow Paperbooks edition at $1.65.
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