Anarchy 33

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Contents of No. 33

November 1963


The Anarchism of Alex Comfort John Ellerby 329
Sex, Kicks and Comfort Charles Radcliffe 340
Alex Comfort’s Art and Scope Harold Drasdo 345
A Comfort Bibliography   357
A Disappointed Revolutionary Sid Parker 359
Cover by Rufus Segar  
Drawing on p. 329 by Frank Benier  
Poem “Maturity” by Alex Comfort from Haste to the Wedding (Eyre and Spottiswoode 1962)



Alex Comfort


SEX IN SOCIETY

A clear and undogmatic discussion of the social aspects of “the healthiest and most important huan sport”.
Duckworth 21s.


AUTHORITY AND DELINQUENCY IN THE MODERN STATE

In this book Dr. Comfort discusses the relationship between crime and power and provides an important contribution to the theory of anarchism.
Routledge 10s. 6d.


DELINQUENCY

An attempt within the short space of a lecture to show from an anarchist viewpoint what psychiatry can contribute towards the solution of problems of delinquency.
Freedom Press 6d. (plus 2½d. postage)


COME OUT TO PLAY

A hilarious farce on sex and politics. Positively the only novel that foresaw the Profumo affair!
Eyre and Spottiswoode 16s.


HASTE TO THE WEDDING

These poems spring from a unity of wit, intellectual conviction and sensuality which has been rare in English poetry since the seventeenth century.
Eyre and Spottiswoode 10s. 6d.


DARWIN AND THE NAKED LADY

Darwin and Freud, the fantasy element in drama and popular literature, the motivation of science and the function of erotic literature are discussed in these discursive essays on biology and art, with gusto, scholarship and humour.
Routledge 18s.


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Other issues of ANARCHY

  1. Sex-and-Violence; Galbraith.  (out of print)
  2. Workers’ Control
  3. What does anarchism mean today?
  4. De-institutionalisation; Conflicting strains in anarchism.
  5. 1936: the Spanish Revolution.  (out of print)
  6. Anarchy and the Cinema.  (out of print)
  7. Adventure Playgrounds.  (out of print)
  8. Anarchists and Fabians; Action Anthropology; Eroding Capitalism.
  9. Prison.
  10. Sillitoe’s Key to the Door; MacInnes on Crime; Augustus John’s Utopia; Committee of 100.
  11. Paul Goodman; Neill on Education.
  12. Who are the anarchists?
  13. Direct Action.  (out of print)
  14. Disobedience.
  15. The work of David Wills.
  16. Ethics of anarchism; Africa.
  17. Towards a lumpenproletariat.
  18. Comprehensive Schools.
  19. Theatre: anger and anarchy.
  20. Non-violence as a reading of history; Freud, anarchism and experiments in living.
  21. Secondary modern.
  22. Cranston’s Dialogue on anarchy.
  23. Housing; Squatters.
  24. The Community of Scholars.
  25. Technology, science, anarchism.
  26. CND; Salesmanship; Thoreau.
  27. Talking about youth.
  28. The future of anarchism.
  29. The Spies for Peace Story.
  30. The community workshop.
  31. Self-organising systems; beatniks.
  32. Crime.

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