Sunday, 30 December 2012

does my head look big in this..??

Shelley at Oxford..out now!

by Heathcote Williams

Although an aristocrat by birth, Shelley became a rebel, a passionate revolutionary, whose life’s purpose was to attack tyranny and injustice in state and society. His career of rebellion began at Oxford, from where he was expelled for atheism at the age of 19. From this crucial starting-point, Heathcote Williams provides us with a new account of Shelley’s message and gives us back the real Shelley, the intellectual revolutionary free of the romantic stereotype. In Shelley at Oxford, we have a raw and incendiary wild-child brought to life in a piece of writing that shows exactly why Shelley is thought of as so scorchingly subversive some two centuries later.
Heathcote Williams is an anarchist, magician, and writer. His unique form of polemical poetry, which questions and challenges established power and authority, is in the great tradition of visionary dissent. In many ways Williams is Shelley’s modern-day heir.
that means, they're both rich, privilege fuckers, but don't hold that against 'em!

if ya wanna follow the link to 'Huxley Scientific Press' ;

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