eyes cast down - and persuasion/identification
mclemee at igc.org
Tue Jun 26 10:01:26 EST 2001
A case could be made that KB not only continued his earlier social criticism during the 1960s and 70s but made its role in his thinking ever more central. The Helhaven satires are, in a sense, what you get from imagining napalm "perfected." (And KB had the gloomy certainty that it *must* be, given his definition of the human).
michael at mcgees.net wrote:
>Where is KB on the eloquence of Martin Luther King
and the African-American Liberation Struggle? Where is KB on the
war in Viet Nam? Where is the KB of Dial magazine?
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