Counterculture Colophon: Grove Press, the Evergreen Review, and the Incorporation of the Avant-Garde

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Counterculture Colophon: Grove Press, the Evergreen Review, and the Incorporation of the Avant-Garde

Counterculture Colophon Grove Press the Evergreen Review and the Incorporation of the Avant Garde Responsible for such landmark publications as Lady Chatterley s Lover Tropic of Cancer Naked Lunch Waiting for Godot The Wretched of the Earth and The Autobiography of Malcolm X Grove Press was

  • Title: Counterculture Colophon: Grove Press, the Evergreen Review, and the Incorporation of the Avant-Garde
  • Author: Loren Glass
  • ISBN: 9780804784160
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Responsible for such landmark publications as Lady Chatterley s Lover, Tropic of Cancer, Naked Lunch, Waiting for Godot,The Wretched of the Earth , and The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Grove Press was the most innovative publisher of the postwar era Counterculture Colophon tells the story of how the press and its house journal, The Evergreen Review, revolutionized the publResponsible for such landmark publications as Lady Chatterley s Lover, Tropic of Cancer, Naked Lunch, Waiting for Godot,The Wretched of the Earth , and The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Grove Press was the most innovative publisher of the postwar era Counterculture Colophon tells the story of how the press and its house journal, The Evergreen Review, revolutionized the publishing industry and radicalized the reading habits of the paperback generation In the process, it offers a new window onto the 1960s, from 1951, when Barney Rosset purchased the fledgling press for 3,000, to 1970, when the multimedia corporation into which he had built the company was crippled by a strike and feminist takeover.Grove Press was not only responsible for ending censorship of the printed word in the United States but also for bringing avant garde literature, especially drama, into the cultural mainstream as part of the quality paperback revolution Much of this happened thanks to Rosset, whose charismatic leadership was crucial to Grove s success With chapters covering world literature and the Latin American boom, including Grove s close association with UNESCO and the rise of cultural diplomacy experimental drama such as the theater of the absurd, the Living Theater, and the political epics of Bertolt Brecht pornography and obscenity, including the landmark publication of the complete work of the Marquis de Sade revolutionary writing, featuring Rosset s daring pursuit of the Bolivian journals of Che Guevara and underground film, including the innovative development of the pocket filmscript, Loren Glass covers the full spectrum of Grove s remarkable achievement as a communications center of the counterculture.

    Grove Press Grove Press is an American publishing imprint that was founded in Imprints include Black Cat, Evergreen, Venus Library, and Zebra Barney Rosset purchased the company in and turned it into an alternative book press in the United States He partnered with Richard Seaver to bring French literature to the United States The Richard Brautigan The Tokyo Montana Express Brautigan embarked on a promotional tour in November One stop on the tour was the Nebraska Bookstore at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he signed copies of The Tokyo Montana Express A poster advertising this event notes the date as Friday, November. Bertram Rota Booksellers Advanced search results Contact About Links Search results Found matching titles Homeward Songs by the Way A.E George W Russell , Deborah a verse play

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    One thought on “Counterculture Colophon: Grove Press, the Evergreen Review, and the Incorporation of the Avant-Garde

    1. Max Nemtsov on said:

      «Контркультурный колофон» — не обычная история издательства, и тем более — не история издательства изнутри, тем еще более — не через фигуру человека, который его создал, как это было в случае биографии Локлина и «Новых направлений», хотя похожего в этих двух героических с [...]

    2. Philip on said:

      No country for old men: Fascinating history of the man and publishing house who almost singlehandedly put an end to the obscenity trials in literature only to be overrun by postmodern attacks that he know doubt helped pave the way.

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