Onyamarks1972: The Lost Book Resurrected.

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Onyamarks was published in 1972. There are some 150 hardcover editions left. It is a testament that reflects an artist's view of America in the 1960's. It is a 71-page sketch pad, a footnote to a time of passion and rebellion, to a time that is now buried, as the lost book was buried and passed--without eulogy or recognition; a work of realization, of poetry, of art unrealized. Download now.

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Kenneth Francis Dewey

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