The Sixties Jenny Diski

ISBN: 9780312427214

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The Sixties  by  Jenny Diski

The Sixties by Jenny Diski
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A brilliant, alternative take onsixties swinging London, Jenny Diski offers radical reconsiderations of the social, political, and personal meaning of that turbulent era.What was Jenny Diski doing in the sixties? A lot: dropping out, taking drugs,MoreA brilliant, alternative take on sixties swinging London, Jenny Diski offers radical reconsiderations of the social, political, and personal meaning of that turbulent era.What was Jenny Diski doing in the sixties? A lot: dropping out, taking drugs, buying clothes, having sex, demonstrating, and spending time in mental hospitals.

Now, as Diski herself turns sixty years old, she examines what has been lost in the purple haze of nostalgia and selective memory of that era, what endures, and what has always been the same. From the vantage point of London, she takes stock of the Sexual Revolution, the fashion, the drug culture, and the psychiatric movements and education systems of the day. What she discovers is that the ideas of the sixties often paved the way for their antithesis, and that by confusing liberation and libertarianism, a new kind of radicalism would take over both in the UK and America.Witty, provocative, and gorgeously written, Jenny Diski promises to feed your head with new insights about everything that was, and is, the sixties.



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