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Book Review: Gates of Eden, a 60s tale of resistance, rebellion, and love

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Jun.08.2012

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James A. Cox

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The Midwest Book Review: Small Press Bookwatch

Gates of Eden
Charles Degelman
Harvard Square Editions
ISBN: 9780983321637

$14.95 www.harvardsquareeditions.org

War is not to be waged lightly. Gates of Eden is a novel set amongst the turmoil of the Vietnam War at home, as the Americans of the 1960s decry the unpopular war. Seven rebels unite with others who are dissatisfied with the government and begin to plot against it, daring possibly to go as far as rebellion. With a personal story among each of them, Gates of Eden is a fine novel of the period, very much recommended.

Gates of Eden, a 60s tale of resistance, rebellion, and love

 

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Charles Degelman is a writer and editor living in Los Angeles. Published titles include books, periodicals, and Internet resources on U.S. and world history and on contemporary issues including the environment, the war in Iraq, healthcare, the (more...)
 

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