Leaving the Straight Path: Cultural Time Travel in the Seventies
AbstractThe author discusses the two related conditions that were indicative of his experience of the 1970's - belatedness and embarrassment. Belatedness refers to the 1960's when many of the progressive movements started and embarrassment in that the author felt incapable of participating in the signifiers of opposition at that time. The seventies were indicative of the struggle of actual time and imaginary time for dominance.
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