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Ringolevio

a life played for keeps.

by Emmett Grogan

  • 141 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grogan, Emmett.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCT275.G7784 A3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination498 p.
    Number of Pages498
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4771818M
    LC Control Number78186970

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Ringolevio By Emmett Grogan. After retiring from the scene in lateEmmett wrote his account of the adventures (and misadventures) of the previous decade and Ringolevio was published Ringolevio book Many of his compatriots felt betrayed and (even to this day) refused to read the book.

I have to give this book high praise for the content. If you're looking for an interesting tale of the s, this is a great one. The author was right in the middle of the whole hippie era and the first part is an interesting take on NYC in the s.

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Ringolevio: A Life Played for Keeps (Citadel Underground) by Emmett Grogan and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Ringolevio is a classic American story of self-invention by one of the more mysterious and alluring figures to emerge in the s.

Emmett Grogan grew up on New York City’s mean streets, getting hooked on heroin before he was in his teens, kicking the habit and winning a scholarship to a swanky Manhattan private school, pursuing a highly profitable sideline as a Park Avenue burglar, then /5(39).

Before Kenny Wisdom of Dean Street, Brooklyn, became Emmett Grogan founder of the Diggers in the Haight-Ashbury love ghetto, he had already lived several lives. Burglar and thief, heroin addict at Mediterranean playboy and avant-garde film maker at 17, London porno writer and sometime dynamiter for the IRA before he was And he was good at all his chosen trades; he took care of.

For anyone who thinks those were days only of peace, love, and flower power, "Ringolevio" will be a revelation, as it evokes the gritty urban sensibility that supplied backbone to the community's free flights of fancy.

" a great book"Jerry Garcia. item 2 Ringolevio: A Life Played for Keeps by Grogan, Emmett Paperback Book The Fast - Ringolevio: A Life Played for Keeps by Grogan, Emmett Paperback Book The Fast.

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Free shipping for many products. Emmett Grogan, the author of the novels “Ringolevio” and “Final Score,” died on a subway Thursday, apparently of heart attack.

He was 35 years old and lived in Malibu, Calif., and Montreal. "The best and only authentic book written on the sixties underground." -Dennis Hopper "Of all those activists, Hopper thought the most interesting was the late Emmett Grogan, who ran the Diggers, a group that gave away food and clothing.

Hopper thinks that Grogan's romanticized autobiography, Ringolevio, is the best book dealing with the '60s/5(). Ringolevio A Life Played for Keeps (Book): Grogan, Emmett: Ringolevio is a classic American story of self-invention by one of the more mysterious and alluring figures to emerge in the s.

Emmett Grogan grew up on New York City's mean streets, getting hooked on heroin before he was in his teens, kicking the habit and winning a scholarship to a swanky Manhattan private school, pursuing a.

'Ringolevio' is the story of 60s urban guerilla, Emmett Grogan, and the Diggers, the legendary San Francisco free-food distributors who combined Dada Street Theatre with social agitation.5/5(1).

So read Ringolevio in that light. Don't believe everything you read, but don't be too quick to doubt either. Whether or not he actually did everything he claimed in exactly the way he claimed is immaterial. As Emmett disclaims in his Author's note, "This book is true." But that doesn't mean it all happened.

Ringolevio: A Life Played for Keeps Emmett Grogan, Author, Peter Coyote, Illustrator Citadel Press $ (p) ISBN Buy this book Grogan, one of the original ``Diggers,'' who.Ringolevio: a life played for keeps. [Emmett Grogan] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for "The best and only authentic book written on the sixties underground." -Dennis Hopper "Of all those activists.Ringolevio, is the best book dealing with the '60s.

The title was a New York street game ‘of life and death.’ ‘Grogan thought that anybody who ever played that game would learn their position in life,’ Hopper said. ‘He was out of New York, studied film making with Antonioni.