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Big Sur
Code Name Price Description  
06101 Jeffers, Robertson
A Dramatic Presentation Of The Poetry Of Robinson Jeffers
$18.95 This stirring dramatization offers a wide selection of Jeffers' poetry as well as deep insights on Jeffers, the poet and the man. Narrated by Rex Campbell with presentations by William Everson and Gordon Newell, and written by Elaine Fitzpatrick. - 1972 Carmel.Ca - Two Audiotapes
06102 Jeffers, Robertson
Robert Brophy: The Poems of Robinson Jeffers
$11.95 Brophy, a scholar and critic of Jeffers, talks about the poet and his work in appreciation of his unusual talent. 1969 Monterey - One Audiotape
06103 Jeffers, Robertson
William Everson: Poetry Of The Earth - A Tribute To Robinson Jeffers
$11.95 Everson (Brother Antoninus), a poet and ex-Dominican monk, reads from his own writings and Jeffers' works and pays tribute to Jeffers, identifying him as one of the breakthrough poets of the 20th Century, a myth-like figure. - 1970 Monterey, Ca - One Audiotape
EP001 Miller, Henry
Big Sur: The Way It Was (Video)
$25.95 Henry Miller, a colorful and dominant figure in Big Sur`s history, provides his wit and dynamic presence in his on-screen interview and narration of this film. Filmed in the 1960`s, this documentary presents beautiful cinematography of the spectacular Big Sur Coast and a light, entertaining view of the early history of Esalen and the famous California art colony at Bid Sur, which became a mecca for artist, writers, and hippies attracted by the area's independent spirit. Produced by Robert Blaisdess. Narrated by Henry Miller and Douglas McClure. 60 min. - - One VIDEO
07202 Murphy, Michael
Survey of the Human Growth Movement
$11.95 Murphy reviews the work that was being done at Esalen and simular centers in the country in 1967. This historically valuable talk is useful in measuring how far we have come in the evolution of the human growth movement. - 1987 Esalen - One Audiotape
05105 Steindl-Rast, Br. David
Three Ways On The Spiritual Path
$11.95 In the 1960s, three centers were founded at Big Sur: Esalen Institute; The Hermitage, a Benedictine monastery; and Tassajara, a Zen monastery. Br. David has lived, and is at home, in all three. He speaks to us of how each of these serves the spiritual quest, the life journey towards greater and greater, deeper and deeper, fuller and fuller aliveness. - 1990 Esalen - One Audiotape
32007 Wyer, Loretta
Esselen Indians (Interviewed By Elizabeth Gips)
$11.95 Wyer is the current Chairwomen of the Esselen Indian tribe of Big Sur, California, a tribe considered officially extinct since the 1800s. With the help of anthropologist Levinthal, the Esselen Indians are coming out of secrecy and seeking their rightful status as an intact tribe with Federal status in order to protect their sacred sites on Big Sur. - 1997 Santa Cruz, Ca - One Audiotape