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    Fremads Fokusbøger, 1967. 180 pp. Paperback. Navn. Baudelaire’s klassiske skrifter om Hash og Opium.

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    Christopher Bird & Tompkins, Peter: Planternes hemmelige liv Thaning & Appels Forlag, 1986. 303 pp. Hft. Pænt eksemplar

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    V. J. Brøndegaard: Folk og Flora. Dansk etnobotanik 1-4 (KOMPLET SÆT) Kbh., Rosenkilde og Bagger, 1978 ff. 4 originale grønne hardcover hellærredsbind med smudsomslag og i de originale kassetter. Rigt illustreret. Godt sæt! Folk og Flora er det første værk, der samlet fremlægger det store materiale om dansk etnobotanik, som…

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    Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds, and Shape Our Futures.
    New York: Random House, 2020. Publishers hardcover, with dustjacket. 352 pages. New copy.

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    MICHAUX, Henri:. Infinite Turbulence (L’Infini turbulent). FIRST UK EDITION. London: Calder and Boyars 1975. Publishers hardcover with unclipped protected dustjacket. 189 pp. Near fine / fine clean copy L’Infini turbulent (Infinite Turbulence) is an autobiographical essay by Henri Michaux about his experiences with mescaline, first published in France in 1957.…

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    Michaux visits India, the Himalayas, southern India, Ceylon, Malaya (from Malaysia to Bali), China, and Japan

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    Michaux visits India, the Himalayas, southern India, Ceylon, Malaya (from Malaysia to Bali), China, and Japan

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    San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1963. 89 pp. In original beige wraps printed in red and black. Light foxing on cover and first leaf else cean and overall a very well preserved copy Limited edition from City Lights. Illustrated with 8 Michaux drawings First American edition, 1st printing

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    Borgens Forlag, 2000. 125 pp. Hft.

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    New York Review of Books, April 2002. VIII, 179 pages. Clean fine copy. In wraps as issued With a foreword by Octavio Paz. Illustrated with Michaux drawings and scribblings

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    Originally published as a magazine by The Portola Institute starting in 1970 and intended for teachers and parents and subtitled ‘Resources for Our Education’, Big Rock Candy Mountain billed itself as “A Learning to Learn Catalog”, directly inspired by the Whole Earth Catalog. It shared the same publisher and borrowed its format, but featured more in-depth articles .Like the Whole Earth Catalog, its content is divided into sections, among them ‘Process Learning’, ‘Educational Environments’, and ‘Self Discovery’, each one listing books, educational tools and other products, along with details of their availability (some of them, unlike the Whole Earth Catalog, were sold directly by BRCM mail order. The nonprofit Portola Institute was founded in Menlo Park in 1966 by Dick Raymond, Bob Albrecht and others as an educational forum and helped develop a number of influential Bay Area organisations and publications, including Albrecht’s People’s Computer Company, the Whole Earth Catalog and Big Rock Candy Mountain

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    When Lloyd Khan and Co. published The Whole Earth Catalog the “Last” edition, Pequot Press in Connecticut and Vermont (New England) wanted the tradition to continue, and carved out the smaller region of New England to document. Sections: Earth, Education, Leisure, Habitat, Craft; each with its own contents page; complete contents listed at back. Reviews of products, books, museum, tools. Historic notes, anecdotes, quotations, verse, lore