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Something Good for a Change: Random Notes on Peace Thru Living.
by [Sixties Jester] Wavy Gravy (Hugh Romney).

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A Fine copy in a Fine dust jacket. Wavy Gravy has collected his essays on how and why to change the world from the Robert Fulghum of the counter culture. The man hailed by Lenny Bruce as a perfect entertainer and by Tom Wolfe as as master satirist has finally pooled his hard-earned wisdom in this collection of inspirational essays.


Book Id: 26365

Price: $35.00

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