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Titel: GIVE ME SOIL TO FLY IN.
Verlag: Voorheesville: Baobab, no date [1970s].
Einband: Soft cover
28 pages. Stapled paperback, illustrated wraps. Illustrated by Joyce Saunders. Poems by Dick Rudolph, Jewish American composer/songwriter/producer, husband of soul singer Minnie Riperton (1947-1979), father of Maya Rudolph (of Saturday Night Live). Songwriter, producer, co-founder of Dickiebird Music. The introductory note indicates he is currently working on rewriting revolutionary history from an anarchist point of view. Of the poems it says: ‘It is the soil of Anarchy that gives him leave to fly.’ Freedom, justice, and the human condition are the concern of these poems, marked with a tempered rage, and simply presented, in the manner of Peter Maurin, some overtly referencing anarchism or anarchists (‘If Marx can be a hero / Could Bakunin be a zero?’). Buchnummer des Verkäufers A-170747
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