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|Arendt, Hannah All that Swinging Sixties nonsense, we all thought it was pass? |
at the time. - Bailey, David The marriage of reason and nightmare which has
dominated the 20th century has given birth to an ever more ambiguous world.
|Gerald Gould (1885- 1936) British poet When we sin, we are all ashamed at the |
presence of our inferiors. ... English philosopher, essayist See La Rochefoucauld
on SOCIABILITY The Sixties All that Swinging Sixties nonsense, we all thought ...
|model Jean Shrimpton an icon of the time. His collection Goodbye Baby and |
Amen (1969) was a bittersweet farewell to the 1960s. 1 All that Swinging Sixties
nonsense, we all thought it was passť at the time. Interview in The Face
|Sophie Kinsella All that Swinging Sixties nonsense, we all thought it was passť |
at the time. David Bailey The only people who wear ties daily are male politicians
and reporters and dodgy estate agents. Jeremy Paxman Had me hair cut the ...
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|Familiar Quotations Gibbering ndash; BabbleNever forget the power of silence, that massively disconcerting pause which goes on and on and may at last induce an opponent to babble and backtrack nervously.ndash;Lance MorrowGibbering ndash; ...|
|... we had the Roaring Twenties and the Swinging Sixties and eventually we'll |
have something else, something new and yet old, some fresh ... We all need an
entertaining fantasy now and then, and Michael has created a wonderful one for
us. Just the other day I reread The Unicorn Girl for the first time in more than thirty
years. ... We would be working along on a story or on a piece of nonfiction, and I
would have thought or written myself into a seemingly inescapable literary cul-de
|those alleged posh people came over as decent folkwho couldn't tolerate him |
and thought he wasthe snob. ... At all. I could never understand the Beatles for
some reason, and they loved them. It was all that 'she loves you, yeah, ... you
were an upandcoming musaholic. and couldsee that For allthe 'Swinging '60s'
nonsense, Britain was still stuck in the ... We were still being forcefed allthat
|To say that I wouldn't let him say anythingis nonsense. Ijust don'tthink hehad |
anything to say.He neverturned up for recordings inanice frame ofmind. We were
allunder stress,but Pete wasa true Swinging Sixties person. Helived the times ...
|District Nursing Tales from the Swinging Sixties Jane Yeadon ... But that'll |
develop come time. You'llsee ... You're filling his head with nonsense. ... 'We'd a
boy like Andrew whose mum wasour primary school'scleaner. ... But nobody
minded,' I thought back and smiled, 'probably because he alwaysshared the