West Coast Review Of Books

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The attempt is greater than the overall effect [in You ]…. The book supposedly is aimed at our "young people" but somebody ought to tell Gordon and Roger Conant, who assisted, that one has to be able to read a book comfortably in order for one to use it, eh?...

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The attempt is greater than the overall effect [in You]…. The book supposedly is aimed at our "young people" but somebody ought to tell Gordon and Roger Conant, who assisted, that one has to be able to read a book comfortably in order for one to use it, eh? Here we have the most garish layouts these eyes have ever seen. The cartoons, the art work, knock you down before the text gives you the message. And when you get the message, you find the trip wasn't worth it.

A review of "You," in West Coast Review of Books (copyright 1977 by Rapport Publishing Co., Inc.), Vol. 3, No. 2, March, 1977, p. 43.

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