Nathan Gelgud – Unconventional, Part 1: Ed Sanders and the Liberal Puritan


“In anticipation of the Republican and Democratic national conventions later this summer, Nathan Gelgud, one of the Daily’s new correspondents, will be posting a regular weekly comic about the writers, artists, and demonstrators who attended the contested 1968 DNC.  …”
The Paris Review – Unconventional, Part 1: Ed Sanders and the Liberal Puritan
The Paris Review – Unconventional, Part 2: Saint Genet Blesses the Hippies
The Paris Review – Unconventional, Part 3: Norman Mailer and the Pigs
The Paris Review – Unconventional, Part 4: William S. Burroughs in Chicago
The Paris Review – Unconventional, Part 5: Terry Southern Takes on the Fakes
The Paris Review – Unconventional, Part 6: Ed Sanders and the Police-Riot Morn
The Paris Review – Unconventional, Part 8: The Court Objects to Allen Ginsberg
Nathan Gelgud

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